SINISTER vegan activists dressed in black were thrown out of a food store after they placed anti-meat stickers on farm foods.
The protesters, calling themselves Anonymous for the Voiceless, marched into a Woolworths store in Melbourne, Australia, and put the stickers on dozens of meat and dairy products.
A video of the aggressive protest sparked a negative backlash online – including from vegans.
It showed a manager asking protestors to stop vandalising food, only for them to refuse and call him a ‘f***ing loser’.
The footage, posted online by ‘animal liberationist’ Paul Bashir, also shows the men and women from the group placing the stickers on ice cream, chocolate and beef.
Insisting they are ‘educating people’, the activists walk around the store placing the stickers on products, including some that are already in shoppers’ baskets.
A man who appears to be a member of Woolworths staff then approached the group, who were all wearing black hoodies, to ask them to leave.
One of the group, whose face is not seen, is heard refusing and saying that they have only come to ‘tell the truth’.
‘You have no right to come into a place of business and do this, so goodbye,’ the staff member replies.
When they refuse to leave, he tells them to ‘go and get a job or something’.
‘We’ve got a higher-paying job than you, you f***ing loser,’ one of the protesters spits back.
At one point the staff member takes one of the stickers away and crumples it up, leading a female demonstrator to complain that he is destroying her ‘private property’.