A customer was stunned after discovering a disturbing “warning label” on a package of Woolworths meat.
The woman was browsing a Queensland store when she picked up a shoulder of butterfly lamb, marked with a sticker that read: “Warning, this package contains the rotting corpse of a murdered animal.”
She shared photos of the product on the official Woolworths Facebook page with the caption: “Needless to say I was shocked to see this sticker on the back of this roast … I’m sure it’s not part of your question-and-answer processes. “
The woman was browsing a Queensland store when she picked up a butterfly shoulder of lamb marked with this sticker
The “warning” label, which can be purchased from the “Activist Stickers” website for $ 11 (AUD), is described as “perfect for stickervism”.
Woolworths staff confirmed this was an unauthorized and isolated incident and assured customers that they had not found any similar tags in store, news.com.au reported.
The coup sparked outrage online, with many vegan activists blaming and calling for the culprit to be identified and kicked out of the store.
“People who do this should be banned,” wrote one person.
Another added: “If I ever saw one of these stickers, I would still want to buy the meat product even more.”
Staff confirmed this was an isolated and unauthorized incident and assured customers that they had not found any similar tags in store (pictured: shoulder of lamb tagged with the sticker)
The “warning label” (pictured), which can be purchased from the “Activist Stickers” website for $ 11 (AUD), is described as “perfect for stickervism.”
This isn’t the first time Australian vegan activists have made headlines this month.
Last week, one of the country’s most infamous activists revealed how she prepared for a stunt that saw her paint herself in her own menstrual blood before harassing shoppers for buying leather from a Louis Vuitton store.
Tash Peterson, 27, stormed the upscale outlet at Raine Square in Perth’s CBD on August 21, shouting, “If you’re not a vegan, you’re abusing animals.”
The herbal public figure posted a video to Facebook on Monday night to show her fans exactly how she covered herself in menstrual blood before the stunt.
Tash Peterson, 27, revealed exactly how she prepared for a stunt that saw her storm a Louis Vuitton store in Perth, in a video uploaded to Facebook on September 20
“A lot of people wondered if I had really used my menstrual blood against the leather, wool, fur, down and silk industries at Louis Vuitton,” she wrote.
“A month later, I thought I would show you how I did it.
The vegan activist explained that she captured the blood with a “menstrual cup” before transferring the liquid to a large glass jar for storage.
The images show the 27-year-old, scantily clad, standing in a busy parking lot, holding the pot of blood and a large paintbrush.
Ms Peterson – also known online as @vganbootyy – said she needed around two days of period blood to cover her entire chest.
The vegan activist explained that she captures the blood with a ‘vintage mug’ (pictured) before transferring the liquid to a large glass jar for storage
She said she used a first layer of fake blood for the manifestation, but finished the bizarre art with a layer of her menstrual blood.
“If you are disgusted by watching this but are okay with consuming the bloody flesh of the breast milk of animals and cows which is contaminated with blood, feces and pus – you need a blood test. reality, ”she captioned the confrontational images.
“The bloodied floor of a murder factory (slaughterhouse) is disgusting and heinous, not a woman’s rules.”
The serial protester said she used her body, blood, voice and human privilege to advocate for the rights of helpless animals.
Ms Peterson was charged with disorderly conduct after storming the luxury store wearing only a thong, holding a sign stating read: “If you are not vegan, you are an animal abuser”.