Australians react with outrage and terror to protesters carrying makeshift ...

Australians react with outrage and terror to protesters carrying makeshift ...
Australians react with outrage and terror to protesters carrying makeshift ...

Australians have reacted with horror after protestors paraded a gallows with three nooses through the streets of Melbourne.

Hundreds of 'freedom' protesters stormed the streets to demonstrate against mandatory vaccinations and Daniel Andrews proposed pandemic laws.

Among the crowd of angry demonstrators was a large makeshift gallows hanging three nooses on a long pole - possibly a reference to their 'kill the bill' chants.

The image caused a stir on social media with one commentator saying they felt 'genuinely scared' of those carrying the outrageous prop.

Among the crowds of angry 'pro choice' demonstrators was a large makeshift gallows that hung three nooses made from rope on a long pole.

Among the crowds of angry 'pro choice' demonstrators was a large makeshift gallows that hung three nooses made from rope on a long pole.

'This was taken today at the Melbourne protest,' they wrote alongside the photo. 

'I'm now genuinely scared of what these people are going to do. This is not ok.'

Another user posted photos of a protestor's sign that read 'Unvaxxed sperm is the next bitcoin' and another of a smiling couple posing in front of the noose. 

'For context, this in Melbourne yesterday where local RWNJ (right wing nut job) gatecrashed Trumps runaway win at the inaugural noose tying state champs,' he captioned the images.  

Media commentator Mike Carlton tweeted the noose had made his stomach churn. 

'A truly disgusting sight to see in an Australian street,' he wrote. 

The terrifying image has since caused a stir on social media with one commentator saying they felt 'genuinely scared' of those carrying the despicable prop

The terrifying image has since caused a stir on social media with one commentator saying they felt 'genuinely scared' of those carrying the despicable prop

One social media user compiled a list of things he trusted more than the Victorian premier

One social media user compiled a list of things he trusted more than the Victorian premier

Journalist Bianca Hall replied to his tweet: 'We ran into the people carrying the mock gallows while walking our kids back to the car during a trip into the city buying them new shoes.

'I can't tell you how filled with rage I was. "Mummy? What's that?"'

'Trump flags and three noose effigy is shocking to the senses. A 20 minute train ride to Melbourne in a carriage full of them, unmasked, angry, intimidating. Left me shocked,' a second user responded. 

'This is totally unacceptable, having hangman noose's paraded through the streets of Melbourne is beyond disgusting, Victoria Police need to find & jail these inhumane RW marches ASAP,' another agreed. 

Another man described the demonstrators as 'noose-carrying monsters' and said seeing the protest convinced him to get vaccinated.

'I got coerced, my first jab today. Saw the Melbourne protests and did not want anyone thinking I'm linked to those noose-carrying monsters,' he wrote.

A photo of a male attendee proudly holding a tiny handmade noose was also criticised on social media and accused of preceding domestic terrorism. 

One protestor held a sign that read 'Unvaxxed sperm is the next bitcoin' (pictured)

One protestor held a sign that read 'Unvaxxed sperm is the next bitcoin' (pictured)

A photo of a male attendee proudly holding a tiny handmade noose was also criticised on social media and accused of preceding domestic terrorism (pictured)

A photo of a male attendee proudly holding a tiny handmade noose was also criticised on social media and accused of preceding domestic terrorism (pictured)

'Whether or not this particular person thinks he's just being funny, this is the precursor to domestic terrorism (not necessarily by him); we can choose to take it seriously or not. America did not,' one user wrote. 

'You let this kind of thing slide as "freedom of expression", and much worse things happen down the track,' another agreed.

However, some social media users shockingly praised the demonstrators' antics and appeared unperturbed by the presence of the makeshift noose. 

'How good is that, Dan can't even walk the streets, now he has to have security full time,' one woman wrote on Facebook. 

'Not surprised at all really. Victoria's mental health has been pushed to the limits by Andrews,' another commented. 

'It will continue and probably get worse until the government listens,' a third added. 

Former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian slammed the deplorable prop on Twitter (pictured) and said if people weren't appalled by the image they were 'part of the problem'

Former NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian slammed the deplorable prop on Twitter (pictured) and said if people weren't appalled by the image they were 'part of the problem'

A man addresses the crowds gathered outside the State Parliament on Saturday (pictured)

A man addresses the crowds gathered outside the State

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