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Who is Rafal Mysakowski?(Vegan activist who litters the Scottish Highlands with stones reading ‘be kind to animals or I’ll kill you’ secretly flogs designer leather handbags) Wiki, Bio, Age,Investigation, Instagram, Twitter & Quick Facts

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A militant vegan activist has been exposed as a hypocrite secretly selling designer leather handbags on eBay.

Rafal Mysakowski, 41, has been filling the Scottish Highlands with messages painted on stones, such as: “Be kind to animals or I will kill you”.

He bragged about his campaign to put offensive graffiti on top of 282 mountains, including Ben Nevis, on an Instagram account called ‘bloodthirsty_vegan_sausage’.

Rafal Mysakowski, 41, has been filling the Scottish Highlands with messages painted on stones, such as: “Be kind to animals or I will kill you”.

One catchphrase spelled out ‘Meat’ with the acrostic ‘Murder Evil Agony Torture’, and in another message he referenced Will Smith’s Oscar snatch with the line ‘Keep my animal friends out of your fucking mouth’.

It can now be revealed that he is raising thousands by selling leather bags from his Edinburgh apartment.

He has earned £5,677 from 63 items, all Gucci or Burberry, since January

He has earned £5,677 from 63 items, all Gucci or Burberry, since January. They are marked ‘100 percent authentic’ and ‘antique’, mostly from the last 20 years, meaning they are real leather.

The most expensive was a Gucci messenger bag sold for £550 on March 5. The listing said: “Excellent condition – worn only a couple of times, no signs of wear.”

The most profitable Burberry item was a £255 shoulder bag described as being in “very good condition”.

Mr Mysakowski had a busy day on February 5, selling eight bags for £459.90. Just hours after the hammer fell on the last article, he posted “leave the cows alone” after climbing the Grampians for his campaign.

Investigation

Burberry has come under fire from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) because it became one of the last fashion houses to ditch fur in 2018.

Peta also attacked Gucci in a blunt investigation last December that showed workers decapitating lizards to make bags.

It said: “The legs of the lizards are tied, then they are cruelly thrown and decapitated without stunning, causing them a prolonged and agonizing death.”

Mr. Mysakowski has benefited from both brands as he launches vegan slogans on around 100 of the 282 Munros (Scottish peaks over 3000ft) to date. Other hikers have confronted him and his wife Katarzyna, labeling them “criminals who destroy nature and should be reported to the police.” Ramblers Scotland and Mountaineering Scotland urged him to heed the “leave no trace” policy in the region, but he ignored them.

Hillwalker Anne Butler was shocked to find a stone with “Be kind to animals or I’ll kill you” scrawled on it. She said: “Whatever your beliefs, leaving them painted on a cairn on a remote peak in Munro is nothing more than an act of vandalism.”

Mysakowski’s Instagram

Mysakowski’s Instagram profile picture is a caricature of a hooded figure wearing a slasher mask and wielding a bloody knife, roses, and a love heart that says “f*** you.” Although he appears to make a living through the online auction website, his wife is listed as an accountant on LinkedIn.

When approached by the Daily Mail about their £130,000 flat, the couple said: “Sorry, we have nothing to say.”

Rafal Mysakowski Quick and Facts

  • Vegan activist Rafal Mysakowski secretly flogs designer leather on eBay
  • He made £5,677 from 63 Gucci and Burberry leather items online
  • He had boasted about placing graffiti about animals on Ben Nevis and 281 other mountains

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