Controversial Australian vegan activist Tash Peterson has stormed a KFC restaurant covered in fake blood and calling customers "animal abusers".
Around six protesters took part in the demonstration in Melbourne on Sunday - including Peterson, who was recently banned from every pub in Western Australia after chastising a restaurant's patrons about the "fish holocaust".
In the latest protest, Peterson was covered in fake blood which was seen spilling out on the floor of the KFC restaurant.
Footage from the event showed the protesters calling customers "animal abusers" and yelling into a megaphone, 7News reports.
One woman could reportedly be seen approaching the group and telling them they were being "really forceful".
"No wonder people hate vegans," she said.
However, 7News reported the protest only lasted 10 minutes before police arrived, telling the group they had "made their point" and asking them to leave.
In a post to Instagram afterwards, Peterson claimed KFC was responsible for animal abuse.
"The world's longest and largest holocaust in history is happening right now in the meat, dairy and egg industries," she wrote.
"Non-human animals are enslaved in concentration prisons where they are subjected to rape, torture, abuse and mutilation before they're sent to murder factories where they are brutally murdered as babies (gas chambers, electrocution, bolt gunning and throat-slitting).
"If you're not vegan, you're an animal abuser."