'The truth will set you free': Bizarre scenes in Bondi as protesters chant ...

Strange scenes erupted at Bondi on Sunday afternoon as a small group of anti-vaccine protesters surprised beach-goers with a musical parade.

About a dozen young people in beach-gear, holding signs like 'your subservience is your consent' walked along the surf-side promenade singing: 'you can stick your poison vaccine up your a**e'.

The protest appeared to include some parents with children. 

The lyrics were varied to include 'you can stick your contact tracing up your a**e' and 'you can stick coronavirus up your a**e'.

Activist Lachlan Kavanagh led the protest down Bondi's famous promenade on Sunday

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Activist Lachlan Kavanagh led the protest down Bondi's famous promenade on Sunday

About a dozen young people in beachwear sang: 'you can stick your poison vaccine up your a**e'. Mr Kavanagh said he was concerned about the rapid pace of the vaccine development

About a dozen young people in beachwear sang: 'you can stick your poison vaccine up your a**e'. Mr Kavanagh said he was concerned about the rapid pace of the vaccine development

The parade was led by Lachlan Kavanagh, who previously set up a 'covid is a scam' protest table at the famous beach on November 29.

Other protesters held up placards including one that read 'the truth will set you free'. 

Mr Kavanagh was also pictured among dozens of protesters who last Sunday swarmed a Westfield shopping centre in Bondi Junction, without wearing masks - holding signs and chanting 'I would rather be a human than a slave'.

The anti-maskers mingled with other shoppers, who were wearing masks, and pushed wild claims such as 'masks increase your risk of infection'.  

The protesters carried signs including 'your subservience is your consent' at Sunday's protest

The protesters carried signs including 'your subservience is your consent' at Sunday's protest

Coronavirus vaccines are being rolled out in almost 40 countries. Pictured is a patient being jabbed with the AstraZeneca vaccine in the UK on January 4, as it battles a health emergency

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Coronavirus vaccines are being rolled out in almost 40 countries. Pictured is a patient being jabbed with the AstraZeneca vaccine in the UK on January 4, as it battles a health emergency

Mr Kavanagh (pictured with the microphone) was also among protesters who swarmed Bondi Junction Westfield last Sunday

Mr Kavanagh (pictured with the microphone) was also among protesters who swarmed Bondi Junction Westfield last Sunday

Mr Kavanagh sang into a cordless microphone as he strode up the promenade just after 2pm, taking advantage of the crowds who flocked to the beach on one of the few sunny days this summer.

'The fastest vaccine ever produced takes seven years, this one takes seven months,' he said.

'It doesn't take a scientist to figure out there's something wrong ... I won't be taking that poison vaccine.' 

Mr Kavanagh has set up stalls at Bondi Beach (pictured: November 29) saying covid is 'a scam'. He argues the pandemic is being  used to break down democracy and insert communism

Mr Kavanagh has set up stalls at Bondi Beach (pictured: November 29) saying covid is 'a scam'. He argues the pandemic is being  used to break down democracy and insert communism

Daily Mail Australia does not know if Mr Kavanagh is opposed to all vaccines or is just wary of the coronavirus vaccine due to its rapid roll-out. 

The rapid development has caused valid concerns among some in the community who want to be sure the vaccine is safe before they take it, particularly with the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines that use mRNA technology which is new. 

The Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine uses established technology of a harmless vaccine that it is altered to look like the coronavirus. 

Regulatory authorities thoroughly review scientific data from the vaccine-makers before they approve a new vaccine. 

A coronavirus jab is being considered as a 'passport' for travellers  hoping to head overseas again. Pictured is a woman receiving the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in Poland

A coronavirus jab is being considered as a 'passport' for travellers  hoping to head overseas again. Pictured is a woman receiving the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine in Poland

Australians will wait longer to receive the vaccine than people overseas in worse-hit nations facing an immediate healthcare

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