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Activists vandalized a portrait of King Charles in a London gallery

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The new portrait of King Charles at London's Philip Mold gallery was vandalized by animal protection activist organization Animal Rising.

At around 12 noon local time, two activists stuck posters of the cartoon characters Wallace and Gromit in Charles's face.

The organization specifically calls on Britain's King to end his support for the charity ” Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals” (RSPCA) the monarch's attention to the horrific scenes unfolding on RSPCA farms.

“We urge him to seriously reconsider whether he wants to be associated with the horrors that are being done with the consent of the RSPCA on farms,” ​​he added.

< p>Activists claim the RSPCA is torturing animals on every farm, with scenes of dead chickens and pigs left in farm corridors reported.


Source: 24h.com.cy

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