Tash Peterson takes the fight for animal rights to Ascot on Melbourne Cup Day

Controversial vegan activist Tash Peterson has launched his latest protest and has taken a hard line on ending the “animal holocaust” for Ascot.

The 27-year-old from Bicton came down to the Perth racetrack on Tuesday with Perth animal rights activist Emma Madle.

The Melbourne Cup Day protest came on the same day as a blocking announcement banning Peterson from all licensed venues in WA reportedly ended.

Controversial vegan activist Tash Peterson has launched his latest protest and has taken a hard line on ending
Camera iconControversial vegan activist Tash Peterson has launched his latest protest and has taken a hard line on ending the “animal holocaust” for Ascot. Credit: Delivered. Instagram

“Today ended my ban on liquor licensing, so we went into the Ascot Races and protested against the horse racing industry,” she wrote on her Instagram story.

In another post showing the activist wearing a black dress, white heels, sunglasses and a fascinator, she told her 9,000 followers: “you bet they die.”

Once for the races, Peterson was photographed wearing a white T-shirt over his dress with the words “149 killed on the track last year” and “HorseRacingKills.com”.

Controversial vegan activist Tash Peterson protested against Ascot.
Camera iconControversial vegan activist Tash Peterson protested against Ascot. Credit: Delivered. Instagram
Controversial vegan activist Tash Peterson has launched his latest protest and has taken a hard line on ending
Camera iconControversial vegan activist Tash Peterson has launched his latest protest and has taken a hard line on ending the “animal holocaust” for Ascot. Credit: Delivered. Instagram

Another photo shows a police officer talking to her outside the venue.

The Western Australian contacted WA Police for information on the context of the image.

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.

During the infamous August 21 protest, she indicted shoppers – among them children – while carrying a sign that read, “If you’re not vegan, you’re an animal abuser.”

Controversial vegan activist Tash Peterson has launched his latest protest and has taken a hard line on ending
Camera iconControversial vegan activist Tash Peterson has launched his latest protest and has taken a hard line on ending the “animal holocaust” for Ascot. Credit: Delivered. Instagram

Footage posted on her social media of the alleged incident shows that she was almost completely naked during the confrontational protest and that her skin was smeared into what she claimed was “menstrual blood”.

Less than a day after she was accused of disorder in the bloody stunt, the Iona Presentation College candidate took to the luxury store again, this time she met half a dozen other protesters carrying signs outside the Hay Street store, where she then went on. shouting at shoppers and passers-by through her microphone.

“Who was murdered for your leather bag, down jacket and wool sweater? If you buy animal skins, fur, wool, dandruff, feathers and silk, you are paying for the most horrific animal cruelty on this planet. You are contributing to this holocaust,” she said at the incident on August 30th.

Louis Vuitton is responsible for the killing of cows, sheep, goats, crocodiles, snakes, mink, foxes, ducks and geese. Louis Vuitton has blood on its hands, and so do you if you are not vegan.

“Louis Vuitton murders baby lambs and turns them into jackets. Animals are not clothes, they are not food, goods, objects, machines or entertainment. They have every right to live as we do. “

Peterson then began telling customers standing in line outside the store to “stop discriminating against others based on their nature,” claiming it “was no different than being racist or sexist.”

In June, Peterson was banned from all licensed premises in the state after she indicted diners at Bathers Beach House fish restaurant in Fremantle and accused them of being complicit in a “fishing holocaust”.

She then fled to Melbourne so she could “continue to protest in other states in places that sell alcohol”. In Victoria, she led a group of protesters armed with fake blood and the sound of chickens screaming in pain as they stormed a KFC restaurant.

But just a month after leaving WA, Peterson had been denied that her G2G passport application to return to WA had been denied.

Peterson has also previously been expelled from Coles and Woolworths after a series of protests in supermarkets, where she attacked shoppers while dressed as a blood-soaked slaughterhouse worker and holding a fake dead chicken under her arm.

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