Animal rights activist convicted over McDonald’s fake blood protest

An animal rights activist who smeared fake blood over a McDonald’s restaurant while wearing a pig mask has been convicted of criminal damage.

Up to 20 protesters “overwhelmed” security at the fast food chain’s outlet in Brighton on May 18, holding signs and chanting through a megaphone.

Actress Dylan Roffey, who was pictured covered in the fake blood and wearing a pig mask, claimed in court on Thursday that her actions were legal because she was trying to save animals from slaughter.

The 24-year-old said the red substance was a…
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