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Animal rights loons carried out of Salt Bae’s London steakhouse after botched protests

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ANIMAL rights eco-loons were carried out of social media star Salt Bae’s restaurant by waitress staff after a failed protest.
Eight members of Animal Rebellion, an offshoot group of Extinction Rebellion, stormed the restaurant before sitting reserved tables and calling for diners to adopt a plant-based diet.
Viral star Salt Bae owns upmarket Nusr-Er restaurant, where a gold-plated steak can reach £1,4503Viral star Salt Bae owns upmarket Nusr-Er restaurant, where a gold-plated steak can reach £1,450Credit: GettyStaff from Salt Bae’s Knightsbridge steakhouse, remove an environmental activist during a protest by demonstrators from Animal Rebellion3Staff from Salt Bae’s Knightsbridge steakhouse, remove an environmental activist during a protest by demonstrators from Animal RebellionCredit: PAAn offshoot of Extinction Rebellion, entered Nusr-Et in the upmarket central London district on Saturday evening3An offshoot of Extinction Rebellion, entered Nusr-Et in the upmarket central London district on Saturday eveningCredit: PACustomers in the viral upmarket Nusr-Er restaurant, where a gold-plated steak can reach £1,450, applauded staff as they picked up protestors and physically removed them from the premises.
The sit-in protest began at 6pm, with the group removed by staff within an hour before police arrived.
Video footage posted online shows four staff members carrying a female protestor before placing her on the ground outside.
Protestor Orin Cooley-Greene, 21, said the staff’s handling of the group’s members was “tougher than police would do it.”
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Student Ben Thomas, 20, said the group targeted the restaurant because it was part of a “broken system”.
Animal Rebellion said police were called after a similar sit-in protest at Manchester’s Michelin-starred Mana restaurant earlier on Saturday.
Salt Bae gained internet fame in 2017 for his iconic salt-sprinkling pose – but has angered his Instagram followers after bragging about a £140,584 bill at his high-end restaurant.
The Turkish millionaire is known for his gold leaf steaks and extravagant cooking style.

The viral chef posted the receipt last night with the caption “Quality never expensive”, angering his 49 million Instagram followers.

Story Credit: thesun.co.uk

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