Model activist Robyn Lawley throws her support behind vegan activists as they storm a local KFC 


Activist and model Robyn Lawley throws her public support behind serial vegan activist Tash Peterson and her group as they storm a local KFC

Robyn Lawley has shown her support for a vegan activist group that targeted a Melbourne KFC on Monday.

The 32-year-old plus-size model shared a video of the group, led by infamous activist Tash Peterson, storming the fast food joint to her Instagram page on the Tuesday.

In the post she said, ‘This would’ve taken some nerve! Mad respect for you Tash and the team involved.’

Robyn Lawley has shown her support for a vegan activist group that targeted a Melbourne KFC on Monday 

‘I hate KFC – it’s disgusting,’ she continued. ‘Terrible for you and the planet.’ 

Robyn then said her ‘veggie tenders’ are ‘way tastier’ than the food served at KFC and that they ‘don’t abuse poor, helpless animals’.

The video, titled ‘KFC ARE ANIMAL ABUSERS’, shows protestors entering the establishment, playing audio of animals screaming and holding placards.

'I hate KFC - it's disgusting':  The 32-year-old plus-size model shared a video of the group, led by infamous activist Tash Peterson, storming the fast food joint to her Instagram page on the Tuesday

‘I hate KFC – it’s disgusting’:  The 32-year-old plus-size model shared a video of the group, led by infamous activist Tash Peterson, storming the fast food joint to her Instagram page on the Tuesday

Among the six irate herbivores covering the floor of the Melbourne fast food store with red liquid was Tash Peterson, an influencer who was recently banned from every pub in Western Australia for a string of similar demonstrations. 

The 26-year-old activist, known as Vegan Booty online, can be seen yelling at diners with a megaphone, accusing them of being complicit in an ‘animal holocaust’.   

‘If you are not vegan you are an animal abuser and you are paying for a holocausts. The largest and longest holocaust in history,’ she can be heard saying.

Ringleader: Among the six irate herbivores covering the floor of the Melbourne fast food store with red liquid was Tash Peterson, an influencer who was recently banned from every pub in Western Australia for a string of similar demonstrations

Ringleader: Among the six irate herbivores covering the floor of the Melbourne fast food store with red liquid was Tash Peterson, an influencer who was recently banned from every pub in Western Australia for a string of similar demonstrations

The protestors can then be seen standing next to customers ordering food, playing videos captured inside slaughterhouses on full volume.

At one stage, Tash was approached by a woman who said the activists were being ‘really forceful.’ 

‘No wonder people hate vegans,’ the woman added before walking away. 

The group was eventually moved on by two police officers. 

'No wonder people hate vegans': At one stage, Tash was approached by a woman who said the activists were being 'really forceful' as they stood next to patrons, playing video from slaughterhouses on full volume. The group was eventually moved on by two police officers

‘No wonder people hate vegans’: At one stage, Tash was approached by a woman who said the activists were being ‘really forceful’ as they stood next to patrons, playing video from slaughterhouses on full volume. The group was eventually moved on by two police officers

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