You are sitting in a restaurant, enjoying your breakfast, when a very emotional woman enters the dining room and begins sharing the story of her "little girl named Snow."
There is only one small problem with the accuracy in the woman's story. "Snow" is not a little girl, she is a chicken.
The woman in the restaurant (and the video attached below) is Kelly Atlas. She is an Oakland, California-based activist, organizer and designer with Direct Action Everywhere
. The group's website says that it strives to "create a world where animal liberation is a reality."
Atlas and other Direct Action followers are currently on a campaign to tell people who eat meat, fish, poultry, dairy or eggs that they need to change and stop eating animals.
When they target a business, several members assemble in a flash mob type protest. Typically, one person announces Direct Action's message and other members will carry signs with the slogan, "It's not food, it's violence."
After entering the restaurant, Atlas begins a tearful rant about how her "little girl" was "abused for her entire life."
Atlas tweeted about her latest "disruption," which occurred last Saturday (September 27):
Watch the event unfold:
This is not Atlas' first video about a chicken.
In July, she posted a video titled, "Someone, Not Something" about "Peanut Butter" the rooster: