Vegan says burger-munching diners confronted him outside a branch of McDonald's

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Militant vegan student, 21, says burger-munching diners confronted him after he chalked anti-meat slogans outside a branch of McDonald's Vegan Eiren Donnelly, 21, claims he was confronted by McDonald's diners Eiren was scrawling anti-meat slogans outside the fast food chain in Swansea  He says restaurant-goers who were upset and tried to eat burgers in front of him  He also filmed police telling him he could be arrested for a public order offence

By Alisha Buaya For Mailonline

Published: 12:46 BST, 13 June 2019 | Updated: 12:46 BST, 13 June 2019

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A militant vegan who chalked anti-meat slogans outside a McDonald's was confronted by diners - who munched burgers in his face.

Eiren Donnelly, 21, claims he was challenged by diners after scrawling vegan slogans onto a pavement outside the fast food restaurant in Swansea, south Wales.

University student Eiren wrote on the ground: 'Happy meals harm your child' and 'dead baby animals sold here'.

He says he was confronted by restaurant-goers who were upset by his messages - and tried to eat burgers in front of him. 

University student Eiren Donnelly, 21 (pictured), claims he was challenged by McDonald's diners after scrawling vegan slogans onto a pavement outside the fast food restaurant in Swansea, south Wales

University student Eiren Donnelly, 21 (pictured), claims he was challenged by McDonald's diners after scrawling vegan slogans onto a pavement outside the fast food restaurant in Swansea, south Wales

He said: 'A lot of people, snowflakes, have been getting triggered by these messages. They're really sensitive.

'They've come out with these burgers and try and eat them in front of my face. They think it upsets me, of course it does upset me that animals have suffered and died.'

He also recorded footage of him being confronted by police told him he could be arrested for a public order offence if he causes harassment.

Eiren, who studies business at Swansea University, said: 'Veganism for me is all encompassing, it is about compassion knowing no boundaries.

'It is

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