“Welcome home Rahm” was the message a large group of protesters had for Chicago Mayor Emanuel as he abruptly returned from his Cuban beach vacation early.

Protesters converged on Rahm Emanuel’s home Tuesday night, demanding he resign over the police shootings of teenager Laquan McDonald and now Quintonio LeGrier, 19, and Bettie Jones, 55.

Police say Jones was “accidentally” shot, Fox News reports.

Now, activists are escalating their tactics and literally taking them to the mayor’s doorstep.

Video from Tuesday night shows several protesters standing on the sidewalk outside Emanuel’s home, chanting, “Hey hey, ho ho, Rahm Emanuel has got to go!” amid a heavy police presence.

The protester writes, “Just made eye contact with Emanuel as he was making a salad.” Speaking to the media outside Emanuel’s home, one of the activists said, “Rahm Emanuel is a criminal, so he shouldn’t be mayor.

“No matter what happens, we’re going to continue to come to his house, continue to go to city hall, continue to shut down the money until he resigns — and we’re not letting up.”

Sympathizers ordered pizzas for the protesters as they camped out most of the evening.