Protesters in Syria have parodied Arab League observers sent to the country to assess whether President Bashar al-Assad is following a peace plan.
Footage uploaded recently onto social media site, YouTube, shows a man dressed in ragged clothing posing as an Arab League monitor, a sign on his back reading "Observer's Committee."
He writes his reports with a quill, sends them via a pigeon carrier and dismisses pleas by a female witness.
Later amongst the crowd he yelled, "There is nothing frightening in Homs."
Al Arabiya is unable to independently verify the content of the footage, which was said to have been shot in the Shammas district of the city Homs.