WATCH: Right-wing Proud Boys forced to walk home from Philadelphia rally after taxi drivers refuse them
A Proud Boy in Philadelphia (Twitter)

The right-wing Proud Boys organization suffered further humiliation after poor turnout for a Saturday rally in Philadelphia when taxis and Uber drivers refused to transport them.

Only 25 conservatives attended their event, while several hundred counter-protested, the Philadelphia Inquirer reported.

Tess Owens, a reporter for Vice News documented how following the event, multiple taxis refused to transport the Proud Boys.

While the Proud Boys had to walk, counter-protesters showed off their protest artwork featuring Gritty, the beloved mascot of the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team, who has become an icon for anti-fascists.