King Charles portrait vandalised with Wallace and Gromit cut out

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A portrait of King Charles has been vandalised by animal rights protesters in a bizarre stunt involving Wallace & Gromit.

The incident took place at the Philip Mould gallery in London, and saw activists plaster over the recently-unveiled portrait of the King with a picture of Wallace from the iconic animated series.

Attached was a speech bubble which read ‘No cheese, Gromit. Look at all this cruelty on RSPCA farms!’

The stunt was carried out by activist group Animal Rising, who sought to draw attention to animal cruelty taking place on RSPCA-affiliated farms, of which the King is a top patron.

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Source:: Metro


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