A group of climate activists vandalized the $300 million superyacht of Walmart heiress Nancy Walton Laurie in Ibiza on Sunday, dousing the stern of the boat in black and red paint from fire extinguishers.
Two demonstrators – from Spain Futuro Vegetable An environmental group—then displayed a banner that read, “You consume the suffering of others,” which they proudly posted on their Twitter account.
The police said that these two demonstrators were arrested.
Futuro Vegetal said of the subterfuge: “The only reason we continue to maintain an economic system that leads us to ecological and social collapse is to preserve the privileges of this privileged little class.” In Instagram posR. “The rich live off the suffering of others.”
The group performed a similar act Just two days ago, we soaked a private jet in yellow and black paint before donning a banner with a similar message.
Lori, their latest target, inherited a stake in Wal-Mart in 1995 from her father, Bud Walton, who built the brand into retail ownership alongside his brother. She is reported to have a net worth of over $8 billion, making her one of the 300 richest people in the world Forbes.
Her yacht, called Kaos, is 361 feet long, has four decks, and can accommodate 31 guests and a crew of 45.
Include amenities in the boat Aquarium on board, full spa facilities, and a large cinema. There is even a separate gym for the ship’s crew and a small hospital for medical crises at sea.
Lowry did not respond to The Daily Beast’s requests for comment.
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