Controversial vegan activist Tash Peterson has released a vision of her latest protest, taking a stand against horse racing in Ascot on Tuesday.
The 27-year-old from Bicton attended an event at the Perth Racecourse with animal rights activist Emma Madle.
Tuesday afternoon, she took to Instagram to post a video in which she was escorted out of the scene by police.
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At the sight, Peterson can be heard shouting “you paid for their death” and “you bet they’re dying” as she is led out by a number of police officers.
“The retirement plan for racehorses is that they should be sent to a murder factory,” she wrote along with the post.
The Melbourne Cup Day protest came on the same day as a blocking announcement banning Peterson from all licensed venues in WA reportedly ended.
“Today ended my ban on liquor licensing, so we went into the Ascot Races and protested against the horse racing industry,” she wrote in her Instagram story earlier Tuesday.
Peterson’s social media, known throughout Perth for its vegan activism, has been filled with similar posts for the past 24 hours.
On Monday, she re-posted a picture of another activist named Morgane showing what appears to be a fur covered in blood.
“One of the best uses of my period (blood). Protest is coming soon,” Morgane wrote in his Instagram post.
The bizarre message was reminiscent of one of Peterson’s earlier protests in which she stormed Perth’s Louis Vuitton store covered in what she claimed was menstrual blood while wearing nothing but a g-string.