Hundreds of Pro-Palenstinian protestors shut down the Manhattan Bridge in both directions, demanding a permanent cease-fire in Gaza, during one of the busiest travel days of the year.

On Sunday, the group blocked off the Manhattan bridge, causing a nightmare for drivers as traffic came to a complete stand still in both directions as New Yorkers were traveling home after the Thanksgiving holiday.

“I support their protest, I think, but I don’t think blocking the bridge would be a good idea,” a man on the bridge told Fox 5 New York.

Loud honking and yelling could be heard as cars piled up on the bridge, according to reports.

The NYPD said several people were arrested and the bridge later reopened.

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