Fur protesters ‘tied up’ at motorbike rally

Three animal right activists went missing at a motorbike rally in Pennsylvania

The protesters were there to campaign against the use of leather in motorcycle clothing and motorbike seats. Eye witness reports say that the activists were throwing balloons filled with red coloured water to simulate blood and shouting ‘murderers’ to people at the rally. Later, two of the protesters were found duct taped to the inside of a dustbin at a fast food outlet whilst the third was taped to a tree. They claim they were force-fed hamburgers, used as a latrine and had their heads farted on. Organisers of the rally say they were friendly towards the protesters and were surprised at the allegations.

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