Notorious vegan activist is tackled by diners as she storms through a restaurant, demanding they stop eating meat as she plays sounds of screeching pigs
- Vegan activist storms into restaurant and demands diners not eat meat
- Tash Peterson played sounds of animals being slaughtered through the speaker
- Her stunt caused tired customers to step in and grab her by the arm
A notorious vegan activist stormed into a restaurant and demanded diners stop eating meat, while she played sounds of animals being slaughtered.
Tash Peterson, 28, yelled “their blood is on your hands” at the customers dining out Saturday at Outback Jacks Bar and Grill on James Street, in Perth.
She wore a white outfit stained with red paint, to symbolize blood, as she walked up and down the restaurant while holding a loudspeaker above her head.
“The sounds you hear now are the sounds of animals screaming for their lives in Australian slaughterhouses,” she bellowed.
A notorious vegan activist stormed into a restaurant and demanded diners stop eating meat as she played sounds of animals being slaughtered
The vegan activist refused their requests, leaving several fed up customers jumping in to help the frustrated waiters
“They fought to their last breath. They want to live just like us. Watch Dominion on YouTube to see the truth… listen to their screams!”
Mrs. Peterson paced up and down the restaurant, continuing her diatribe, stunning customers at their tables.
“Animals want to live just like us,” she said. ‘Can you slit their throat yourself? Then why are you paying someone else to do it?’
Ms. Peterson went on to label the slaughterhouses as “carbon dioxide gas chambers” compared to the Holocaust that killed six million Jews.
The restaurant staff patiently followed Mrs. Peterson through the property and kindly asked her to leave the room.
The vegan activist refused their requests, prompting several fed up customers to jump in and help the frustrated waiters.
‘Out!’ shouted a patron. ‘Out! Out! Get lost!’
A man grabbed her wrist before putting his arm around her neck and trying to pull her out of the room.
“Leave me alone,” Mrs. Peterson said. “Don’t touch me, you’re attacking me.”
Another diner tried to talk calmly with the vegan activist and urged her to leave.
“We have the right to eat in peace,” he said.
Mrs. Peterson stood her ground and continued to yell at the diners eating their meals.
Ms Peterson then labeled the slaughterhouses as ‘carbon dioxide gas chambers’ in a tasteless comparison to the Holocaust that killed six million Jews
Ms. Peterson has been fined several times for her semi-naked demonstrations she performed in designer stores, restaurants and supermarkets
“If you’re not vegan, you’re paying for their rape, torture, slavery and murder,” she said.
Ms. Peterson is no stranger to controversy.
Her antics have led police and policy makers in WA to describe her as ‘Australia’s worst plague’.
Ms. Peterson has been fined several times for her semi-naked demonstrations in designer stores, restaurants and supermarkets.
Last August, she marched topless through a Louis Vuitton store in Perth while smeared with her own menstrual blood. which later saw her fined $3,500 by a Perth magistrate.
The activist has also dressed as a cow and demonstrated in the meat department of supermarkets, barged the field during an AFLW game and wore a blood-soaked apron while yelling at customers at a KFC and Coles.
She was also on trial for a December 2020 protest at the Boatshed Markets in Cottesloe, where she also appeared shirtless, with her chest painted in a cow pattern, and shouted at shoppers that cows were being raped for meat and dairy.
She was also on trial for a December 2020 protest at the Boatshed Markets in Cottesloe, where she also appeared shirtless, with her chest painted in a cow pattern, and yelled at shoppers that cows were being raped for meat and dairy.