Vegan demonstrator dressed up like a cow and MOURNS meat in a supermarket before lying down and pretending to be dead (but no one in the store notices or cares)
- A vegan demonstrator was filmed in a costume that mourns packaged meat
- After being ignored by the shopkeeper, she decided to lie down and die & # 39;
- Fellow vegans commented on her message and called the protest a & # 39; powerful move & # 39;
A vegan demonstrator has dressed up in a cow to mourn the packaged meat in a bizarre form of protest in a supermarket.
The video, which was posted on the Facebook page on Saturday with the words & # 39; Welcome to the death aisle & # 39 ;, shows a woman kneeling in a supermarket south of Perth, holding a pack of sausages.
The footage shows a young woman who walks into Woolworths and starts protesting by grieving the animal products in the meat section of an apparently empty supermarket.
The video, which was posted on Facebook on Saturday, shows a woman kneeling in a supermarket mourning while another is filming her protest
After depositing the packet of sausage, the camera moves away from the woman and pans over all the meat in the fridge.
Despite the performance, the employees continued to pack the shelves and paid little attention to her efforts.
The video then cuts to the woman who is sprawled on the front of the meat department with a sign & # 39; Watch Dominion & # 39 ;.
Vegans have welcomed her efforts and called it a & # 39; powerful move & # 39 ;.
A woman suggested that they would do it again in massage numbers.
& # 39; Group dies as next. Seriously recommend it, & she said.
Despite the performance, Woolworths employees continue to pack their shelves and pay little attention to her efforts
Fellow vegan activist, Arkadiusz Swiebodzinski, who recently complained about police controls, interrupted his sleep after being accused of stealing a calf, shared the message with his followers.
& # 39; If you were a cow, what would you think if you were walking along a shopping street full of body parts of cows? & # 39; he asked.
A Woolworths spokesperson confirmed that the woman had been deported from Melville.
& # 39; People have been asked by a team member to leave and have done so. & # 39;
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