Animal rights activist hospitalised after clash with hunt supporter
An animal rights activist was left hospitalised after she clashed with a man while she filmed a nearby hunt.
The woman and her friend, who are both part of West Midlands Hunt Saboteurs, were approached by the furious man after they has spent more than two hours trying to disrupt the Warwickshire hunt.
The man was captured on camera shoving the women to the ground as she attempted to leave.
Although the hunt did not publish video of the woman being smacked by the hunt supporter, they posted several photos of the incident. Still of the activist with blood at the side of her face.
After the incident, she can be heard on a radio saying: "I have just been assaulted. I've just be slapped in the face."
Once she left the hunt area, the activist was brought by her group to Warwickshire Hospital A&E for treatment.
The video, originally posted on the West Midlands Hunt Saboteurs Facebook page, has been viewed more than 250k times since it was uploaded on Saturday.