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Man gleefully chomps kebab in front of animal rights protester in NYC

This was quite the beef.

Animal rights activists were spotted in a now-viral video screaming in the face of a man gleefully eating a shish kebab in front of them as they protested in New York City.

The footage, posted by the account @ViralNewsNYC on Twitter, shows the man apparently provoking the activists by silently chomping down on meat at the protest in Manhattan on Saturday.

A man approached the animal rights activists and silently ate a shish kebab in front of them.
The man licks his food in front of the protestors.
Activists yelled at the man as he silently ate and licked the meat.
Activists shout slogans The Animal Rights March on August 27, 2022 in New York City.
The animal rights activists called the man a coward and embarrassing, amongst other things.
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“You’re disgusting. Who do you think you are?” one of the protesters says to him. “You’re a coward, you’re just a f—ing coward.

“You’re a piece of s—t and you’re embarrassing. What am I going to do? Nothing, you’re going to die on your own,” she continued. 

The interaction escalated when one woman started screaming in his face, according to the footage, which has racked up more than one million views on Twitter. It is not clear what type of meat the man was eating.

“It feels f—ing good?” she shouted. “You and your small d–k and your p—y way of killing animals and it feels good in front of the vegans, huh?”

Fellow activists seemed to be entertained and can be heard laughing in the background.

The meat-eating counter-protester also looked amused, and licked the kebab up and down before continuing to eat.

The activist then screamed: ”You have all the blood on your face and all the blood on your hands. It feels good with your small d–k?” 

The exchange came during a day-long protest in which activists poured fake blood outside Dior and Louis Vuitton shops and protested Nike for its use of Kangaroo leather. 

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