Jane Fonda has been arrested for the third week in a row.

The actress was handcuffed by cops during another “Fire Drill Fridays” climate change protest outside the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C. Friday.

After Sam Waterston was arrested with Fonda for the first time last week, it was now Ted Danson’s turn.

Danson was seen being led away by a police officer in numerous clips shared online, while fellow protest-goers cheered him on.

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Meanwhile, Fonda has promised to protest every Friday into 2020 and it looks like she’s definitely standing by her word.

As if the image of two of Hollywood’s most beloved stars being hauled off by cops wasn’t surreal enough, Fonda managed to squeeze in a bit of multitasking by accepting an award in the midst of her arrest.

Acording to The Guardian, Fonda was supposed to attend Friday’s BAFTA Brittania celebration at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles, where she was slated to be honoured with this year’s Stanley Kubrick Award for Excellence in Film.

During her arrest, she was filmed thanking BAFTA for the award, with the video played at the ceremony in L.A.

“BAFTA, thank you,” she said as police escorted her from the Capitol building. “Thank you! For the Stanley Kubrick Britannia Award for Excellence in FIlm. I’m sorry I’m not there. I’m very honoured,” she added.

In an interview previously published in the Washington Post, Fonda explained her protest plans.

“I’m going to take my body, which is kind of famous and popular right now because of the [television] series and I’m going to go to D.C. and I’m going to have a rally every Friday,” she said. “It’ll be called Fire Drill Friday. And we’re going to engage in civil disobedience and we’re going to get arrested every Friday.”

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