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King Charles' new portrait vandalised by animal rights protestors as they demand action

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A recent portrait of King Charles which raised eyebrows due to it's striking red colour has been defaced by two eco-activists from the group Animal Rising.The protestors vandalised the boldly coloured artwork at London's Philip Mould Gallery, using stickers to reshape the monarch's face in the style of Wallace from Aardman Animations popular claymation series 'Wallace and Gromit'.Alongside this unorthodox transformation was a speech bubble decrying animal cruelty on farms accredited by the RSPCA: "No Cheese, Gromit.

Look At All This Cruelty On RSPCA Farms! "Animal Rising said its protest was to raise awareness of the reported abuses at 45 RSPCA Assured farms, the Express reports.These activists have publicly urged the King, a known fan of Wallace and Gromit, to end his support for the charitable organisation due to these allegations.Their actions were described as playful but carried a serious message by Daniel Juniper, a former Early Years Practitioner who participated in the stunt.

Juniper stated: "With King Charles being such a big fan of Wallace and Gromit, we couldn't think of a better way to draw his attention to the horrific scenes on RSPCA Assured farms! " Juniper also appealed directly to the monarch: "Even though we hope this is amusing to His Majesty, we also call on him to seriously reconsider if he wants to be associated with the awful suffering across farms being endorsed by the RSPCA."Get the latest news sent straight to your messages by joining our WhatsApp community today.You'll receive daily updates on breaking news as well as the top headlines across Scotland.No one will be able to see who is signed up and no one can send messages except the Daily Record team.All you have to do is click here if you're

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