The U.S. Embassy in London released an alert on Tuesday urging Americans to "keep a low profile" during President TrumpDonald John TrumpMcConnell to meet with Trump's Supreme Court pick Tuesday Kavanaugh offers lengthy judicial record ahead of bitter confirmation fight Hundreds protest Kavanaugh's nomination outside Supreme Court MORE's scheduled visit to the United Kingdom later this week.
Reuters reports that more than 50,000 people have signed up to protest Trump's visit in London on Friday.
Other than street marches, they include the flying a massive balloon of Trump as an angry baby from Westminster Gardens near Big Ben.
The warning comes hours after British Prime Minister Theresa May faced a growing backlash over her government's failure to secure a deal on the UK's upcoming divorce from the European Union.
Trump's schedule will largely keep him out of central London and it seems unlikely that the U.S. president will come close enough to Westminster to see the blimp.
He is also expected to visit Scotland - where he owns two golf courses - before heading back to the US.
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'Exercise caution if unexpectedly in the vicinity of large gatherings that may become violent, ' it said.
"We're going to look at Trump's diplomatic itinerary over the next 12 months and we're going to reach out to activist groups and communities that are unfortunate enough to be expecting a visit from the president and see whether they would like to fly Trump Baby over their venue where he's meeting heads of state or whatever it is that he's doing", Murray said.
This could well affect a number of senior level media executives as many of the "numerous" demonstrations are set to start in or around Soho in Central London, near the headquarters of the likes of NBC Universal, Apple and 21st Century Fox as well as various TV companies and film firms. His schedule also means he will miss seeing the baby blimp close-up during its London debut.
The president also spoke on the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation summit he'll be attending in Brussels as well as his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin. "There are certainly enough crazies out there who have access to firearms that would be trying to shoot it out of the air".
"I think that would make a lot of people very happy and I think that would really enrage him and those are two fantastic outcomes", Murray said.