BP had to deal with another spill today. A group of about 100 protesters gathered in front of BP's Houston headquarters. It's one of the first protests at the headquarters since the Deepwater Horizon disaster last month.

Most of the protesters claimed to be from the group "Code Pink." They were mostly woman and held pink signs and dressed in elaborate costumes like seagulls and oil stained fish.

Some woman went topless, part of what they call the "Naked Truth" about oil companies.

"I think people are enraged," said protester Dana Balicki.

BP security and Houston Police were close-by. The protesters did have a legal adviser to make sure no lines were crossed. Monica Cartwright is with the Thurgood Marshall School of Law at Texas Southern University.

"You prepare for the unexpected, but you hope for the best," Cartwright said.

There were no arrests, and the protest ended after about an hour. Although the wife of a BP employee believed there was irony with the protesters.

"All the noodles they have on their heads and the things holding up their signs are made of oil," said Stacia Taylor.