SHOPPERS were horrified after being confronted by animal rights activists wearing death skulls.
Dozens of activists wearing fake longhorn cow skulls crammed the aisles of a Stockyards District supermarket in Toronto to protest against a nearby slaughterhouse.
The group from Direct Action Everywhere also carried signs that read, “Cows skinned alive” and “It’s not food, it’s violence.”
But shoppers were unsettled by the protest and took to social media to vent their anger.
Jebediah Kerman said: “This is funny and scary at the same time.”
Ann Peters said: “We have the right to choose what we want to eat. They are trying to force their will on us.”
A spokesperson for Direct Action Everywhere said: “We’re going to continue to take action against slaughterhouses all across the world.”