PETA activists disrupt UK dog show

The annual Crufts dog show at the NEC arena in Birmingham, England was disrupted by protesters with People for the Extortion, Torture and Abuse of human beings (PETA).

According to The New York Post, Commotion occurred when dog owner Yvette Short stepped up to the podium to accept the prize for Best in Show. One of the intruders was tackled to the ground by security while another stormed the stage frightening participants and their canines.

Both intruders were captured and removed with the audience applauding their removal. PETA took responsibility for the disruption claiming the activists were with a vegan political group who was at the dog show to protest extreme breeding.

No matter what their reasons, the activists were not just there to disrupt but to condemn domestication of animals, hence their reeling against extreme breeding. Groups like PETA prefer humans to live miserable, incomplete lives with little companionship, especially when it comes to animals. Below is a video of the events for your viewing pleasure.