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Just Stop Oil breaks into VIP airfield ‘where Taylor Swift’s luxury private jet is parked’ and dumps orange paint on planes

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Two Just Stop Oil activists storm private VIP airfield at Stansted Airport

Two Just Stop Oil activists broke into a private VIP airfield at Stansted Airport and spray painted planes ‘hours after Taylor Swift’s plane arrived’.

It comes after the group’s desecration of Stonehenge yesterday after two activists were arrested after orange paint was sprayed on the stones, sparking widespread condemnation around the world.

The action began shortly after five in the morning, when the two protesters, Jennifer Kowalski and Cole Macdonald, broke into the private airfield and attacked planes using fire extinguishers filled with orange paint.

Taylor Swift is set to play the final leg of her Era world tour at Wembley Stadium on Friday night, however it is currently unknown whether the star’s plane was at the airfield or was attacked.

Video taken from the scene shows the two activists brazenly cutting a wire fence at the perimeter of the airfield and crawling underneath to gain access.

Two Just Stop Oil activists storm private VIP airfield at Stansted Airport

Group says they spray-painted planes

The group says they spray-painted planes “hours after Taylor Swift’s plane arrived.”

At the moment it is not known if Taylor Swift's plane was at the airfield or if it was attacked.

At the moment it is not known if Taylor Swift’s plane was at the airfield or if it was attacked.

Video taken from the scene shows the two activists brazenly cutting a wire fence on the perimeter of the airfield.

Video taken from the scene shows the two activists brazenly cutting a wire fence on the perimeter of the airfield.

The pair then proceed to spray paint a series of planes before proudly sitting in front of their vandalism and embracing each other in a cocky embrace.

Sharing their raids on social media, a spokesperson for the group “justified” the action by stating that “80% of the population had never taken a flight.”

MailOnline understands the pair have since been arrested and have approached Essex Police for information.

Speaking before the stunt, Jennifer Kowalski, 28, who describes herself as a full-time JSO activist on Linked In, claimed she “had to take desperate measures to make her voice heard.”

It’s the latest in a series of attention-getting stunts the group has foisted on the public this summer.

Yesterday, the public was forced to intervene after two Just Stop Oil rallies. Protesters sprayed Stonehenge with orange paint, prompting widespread condemnation.

The pair then proceed to spray paint a series of planes before proudly sitting in front of their vandalism and embracing each other in a cocky embrace.

The pair then proceed to spray paint a series of planes before proudly sitting in front of their vandalism and embracing each other in a cocky embrace.

It's the latest in a series of attention-getting stunts the group has foisted on the public this summer.

It’s the latest in a series of attention-getting stunts the group has foisted on the public this summer.

Video footage posted on social media showed two people, dressed in white shirts with Just Stop Oil printed on the front, running towards the ancient monoliths with canisters and spraying paint on them.

In a heroic attempt to stop the group desecrating the stones, a woman was seen desperately trying to drag away the protesters before other members of the public rushed to help her.

The protesters, identified as Niamh Lynch, 21, an Oxford student, and Rajan Naidu, 73, from Birmingham, have been arrested by police on suspicion of damaging the historic monument.

As police officers led the couple away, a man was heard shouting: “You dirty scum.” This is a temple, not a publicity stunt!’

Several stones, dating back to the late Neolithic, were covered during the incident, which occurred at around 12pm today, a day before the summer solstice is celebrated at Stonehenge, which is the heart of a heritage site. of Humanity.

Prime Minister Rishi Sunak condemned the attack as a “shameful act of vandalism to one of the oldest and most important monuments in the UK and the world”.

Just Stop Oil protesters spray Stonehenge with orange paint in latest stunt

Just Stop Oil protesters spray Stonehenge with orange paint in latest stunt

Video footage posted on social media showed two people in white shirts with Just Stop Oil running towards the monoliths with cans spraying paint.

Video footage posted on social media showed two people in white shirts with Just Stop Oil running towards the monoliths with cans spraying paint.

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Members of the public were seen trying to stop protesters by dragging them.

Several stones were covered in the substance before the protesters stopped and sat cross-legged on the grass.

Several stones were covered in the substance before the protesters stopped and sat cross-legged on the grass.

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The Prime Minister continued: “Just Stop Oil should be ashamed of its activists, and they and anyone associated with them, including a certain Labor Party donor, should immediately issue condemnation of this disgraceful act.”

Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer said “Just Stop Oil is pathetic” after activists from the group attacked Stonehenge.

In a tweet he wrote: “The damage caused to Stonehenge is scandalous.” Just Stop oil is pathetic. Those responsible must face the full weight of the law.’

Historian Tom Holland, who had previously hailed Stonehenge as one of The most precious prehistoric sites in EuropeHe also criticized the attack.

He wrote in X: ‘Flaunt your concern for the planet by destroying endangered lichens. Sympathy transmuted into absolute hatred.

Wiltshire Police said officers attended the scene and arrested two people.

A spokesperson added: “Around midday, we responded to a report that two suspects had sprayed orange paint on some of the stones.

‘Officers attended the scene and arrested two people on suspicion of damaging the ancient monument.

“Our investigations are ongoing and we are working closely with English Heritage.”

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