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Militant vegans trying to ruin a small butcher shop by protesting outside actually helped the business by giving it publicity, the owner has told Daily Mail Australia. Protesters lined up outside Tenderwest Meats in Perth 's Belmont Forum on Sunday and shouted at passing customers with a megaphone. The protesters posted a video of their stunt on the Facebook group Direct Action Everywhere - and Mr Fielder chimed in with a sarcastic response.
He commented on the post with a picture of some pork cooking in an oven, and wrote: 'Here's a piece of the very same pork cooking for my dinner right now. Explaining why he decided to fight back, he told Daily Mail Australia: 'I just thought I'd troll them a little bit. The protesters posted a video of their stunt on the Facebook group Direct Action Everywhere - and Mr Fielder chimed in with a sarcastic response above.
Mr Fielder said the protesters had come for him once before. On that occasion he knew they were coming and put up cloths to cover the meat displayed in the windows.
Personifying the animals, the leader added: 'There are thousands of babies just around this city being driven to a slaughterhouse. The leader then shouted 'it's not food' and the protesters chanted back in unison 'it's violence'. The protesters gathered at Tenderwest Meats in Perth's Belmont Forum with signs showing pictures of slaughterhouses.
The leader then shouted 'it's not food' and the protesters shouted back 'it's violence'. Pictured: Meat on display. He yelled: 'What do we want? She called the display cabinets a 'display of death' and said the butchers 'have no shame in what they do. The protesters then laid flowers under the display cabinets to 'remember' the animals.