Direct Action Brighton, an animal activist group, went into a Brazilian steakhouse in Brighton last week and tried to turn people off meat by loudly playing audio of animals being killed in a slaughterhouse.
The attempt at trying to turn steak eaters off meat didn’t turn out exactly as planned.
In a video of the demonstration, one of the activists began giving a speech telling diners not to eat meat.
Waiters began arguing with the protesters over the sounds of the slaughterhouse and diners also started shouting back at the activists.
Some of the diners even began mooing.
A group of vegan activists stormed a Brighton steakhouse and played audio of of animals being slaughtered in an attempt to put people off what they were eating.
In October they entered a Brighton Tesco and held a silent protest in the meat isle.
— Fuad Alakbarov (@DrAlakbarov) November 27, 2018
The protest lasted about 20 minutes.