Ten women were arrested in Spijkenisse on Saturday while demonstrating against Geert Wilders who was in the Rotterdam satellite town for a campaign visit.

Wilders was in Spijkenisse to hand out 'resistance sprays' to female supporters – small bottles of spray dye – as part of his campaign to have pepper spray made legal.

The PVV leader says Dutch women should be able to protect themselves against 'Islamic testosterone bombs' by using the spray. He launched the campaign following the New Year sexual assaults in Cologne.

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