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Climate Activists Cover Plane Believed To Be Taylor Swift’s In Orange Paint

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Climate activists belonging to the Just Stop Oil group broke into a private airfield in London and doused what they believed was Taylor Swift’s private plane.

At around 5 a.m., activists Jennifer Kowalski and Cole Macdonald snuck into the Stansted airport and spray painted what they believed was Swift’s private jet.

The activists, however, did not achieve their goal.

Instead, they unknowingly doused two private planes that did not belong to Taylor Swift with orange paint.

Take a look:

Per Yahoo:

The criticism surrounding Taylor Swift’s private planes continues with a vandalism scheme.Environmental activists recently targeted the “Fresh Out The Slammer” hitmaker’s jets with a spray paint plot at a private airfield in Stansted airport. Fortunately, they failed to douse the singer’s plane in orange paint, but not everyone was as lucky. Taylor Swift has faced backlash for the significant carbon footprint her frequent private plane trips have caused.

The crime reportedly went down around 5 AM on Thursday when two members of Just Stop Oil — a British environmental activist group focused on human-caused climate change — broke into the private airfield with rigged fire extinguishers.

The culprits, Jennifer Kowalski and Cole Macdonald doused two private jets in orange paints that did not belong to their prime target, Swift. The activist group took responsibility for the vandalism, confirming they were specifically going after the singer’s jet.

Per CBS:

Two climate activists were arrested Thursday after cutting through a fence at a London airport and spray-painting private jets orange.

Essex police said two women were arrested in a private area of London Stansted Airport on suspicion of criminal damage and interference with the use or operation of national infrastructure.

Environmental group Just Stop Oil posted video of someone cutting through a security fence followed by a clip of a woman using a fire extinguisher to spray orange paint on at least two private jets.

An airport spokesperson said the incident was three miles from the main terminal and police said there was no threat the public.

The airfield, 30 miles northeast of central London, is the city’s third busiest airport and is often used by government officials and visiting world leaders including U.S. President Joe Biden.


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