Supporters of ousted Honduran President Manuel Zelaya have clashed with police in Tegucipalpa during protests against the military coup that removed him from power. A group of demonstrators also kicked and punched the vice-president the country's Congress as he was leaving his office yesterday, but he wasn't hurt in the incident. The police fired tear gas in an effort to break up the protests, which interim president Roberto Micheletti has condemned as "violent and terrorist". President Zelaya was arrested by the military in the middle of the night on June 28th and flown into exile into Costa Rica while still wearing his pyjamas. The move came ahead of a vote arranged by the left-wing politician to test support for the rewriting of the country's constitution. The international community has condemned the coup, but Mr Micheletti and his allies are refusing to allow Mr Zelaya back into the country.