Hundreds of anti-Tash Peterson protestors are expected to flock to the controversial vegan activist’s home to demand an end to her “ridiculous demonstrations”.
More than 500 people are planning to gather outside her home for a BBQ protest on May 24, according to Youth Jam News.
The organiser of the protest, Ben D’Arcy, said Ms Peterson is a “serial pest” interrupting people’s lives with “ridiculous demonstrations” and wants the notorious vegan to know what it feels like.“The public are sick of her, business owners are fed up, and the police hate having to deal with her on a constant basis,” he told the publication.
“Since she feels it’s appropriate to go into people’s businesses and create havoc, I thought it would be a good idea to show her what that feels like.
“The more she engages in these ridiculous demonstrations, the more frequently these BBQs outside her house will continue. When she stops, we’ll stop.”Mr D’Arcy said he will pay the local council for approval to shut down the street.
He also confirmed there will be a police presence, to ensure the event is peaceful.
The infamous activist, known for causing havoc with confronting demonstrations outside businesses, made headlines again in July after she was charged over an incident at a Perth restaurant.
Peterson is accused of trespass and refusal to leave a licensed premises after she allegedly stormed celebrity chef John Mountain’s restaurant.
On Christmas Day last year, she was arrested by police after a bloody protest at a butcher shop in Belmont Forum Shopping Centre.
In a video posted to social media on Christmas Eve, Peterson is seen pouring ‘blood’ on the shopfront of the shop before two employees try to make a citizen’s arrest.
The video starts with Peterson entering the shopping centre wearing a shirt with the slogan “END THIS HOLOCAUST” and featuring a picture of a caged pig and piglets.
“These are the victims of your Christmas meal,” Peterson states while pointing at her shirt.
Police arrested her at her home a few hours later after she produced the shirt she wore.
Both Peterson and the Mr D’Arcy have been contacted by PerthNow for comment.