• Tash Peterson walked into a luxury store in an aim to shame customers for buying animal products
  • The protester covered her naked body in menstrual blood 
  • She is back in her hometown facing court for disorderly conduct

A vegan activist went to a luxury retail store in Australia wearing nothing but her underwear and period blood smeared on her body, shaming customers for buying animal-made products.

Tash Peterson, a 27-year-old animal rights activist known for a series of public protests targeting supermarkets and restaurants, went to a Louis Vuitton store in Perth on Saturday with a sign that said "I would rather be naked than wear someone else's skin." She strolled the store topless and covered in her own menstrual blood.

"Who was murdered for your leather bag, down jacket and woolen jumper?" Peterson said as she walked inside the store. A video of the incident was posted on her social media account.

She paraded around the store in an attempt to shame store customers for buying animal products from the fashion brand that she claims is responsible for the murder of animals.

"If you buy animal skin, wool, fur, feather, and scales, you are paying for the most horrific animal abuse on this planet. You are contributing to an animal holocaust," she chanted as security tried to usher her out of the luxury boutique.

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Her sign was later torn when a male employee tried to snatch it from her, but she continued to walk around the shop.

"If you're not vegan, you're an animal abuser. Louis Vuitton are responsible for the murder of cows, sheep, goats, foxes, minks, ducks, and geese," she claimed.

"Louis Vuitton has blood on their hands, and so do you if you're not vegan," she added.

Store employees were able to successfully guide her out of the store and stop her accomplice from filming any further.

"Louis Vuitton is a fantastic brand, thank you," one male staff said as he guided her out.

After being initially denied entry into her hometown Western Australia, Peterson, who was relocated to Melbourne, is now in Perth, where she faced court for disorderly conduct.

In June, she was banned from each pub in WA because of disorderly behavior for ambushing diners and restaurants to protest.

Vegan activist Tash Peterson
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