AN eco-warrior has sparked fury after she poured human POO over a memorial to Captain Sir Tom Moore.
Maddy Budd, 21, staged the disgusting stunt in a sick protest against private jets, which saw her drench the monument in urine and excrement.
And now former medical Budd has been slammed for disrespecting the lockdown hero while protesting on behalf of pressure group End UK Private Jets.
She videoed herself pouring a canister of number twos on top of the memorial earlier today.
She said: “Every time one [private jet] takes off, it pours a bucket of sh*t and blood onto everything that Captain Tom stood for.
“People are going to say that he’s a hero, people are going to say that this is profoundly, obscenely disrespectful to his life, and to the NHS he stood up for and I agree.”
During the first UK Covid lockdown from March 23, 2020, a determined Captain Tom set out to raise money for his beloved NHS.
The war veteran’s aim was to walk 100 laps of the 25-metre (82ft) loop in his garden with the aid of a walking frame in Marston Moretaine, in 10-lap chunks.
He achieved his feat on the morning of April 16.The NHS champ then vowed to keep on walking while people were still donating.
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As a result, Captain Tom went on to raise 32,796,355 for NHS charities – and won admirers around the globe.
Budd’s stunt prompted a rush of outrage on social media.
One person wrote on Twitter: “How will this convince people to earn private jet use?’ wrote one Twitter user.
“It looks like a child throwing a disgusting tantrum and being beyond disrespectful. This kind of behaviour will not convince anyone to make any changes.”
Another person, who claims to have gifted the memorial said they will be pushing the police to press charges.
They said: “We will work with the police to ensure this is taken as far as possible.”
Yesterday it was revealed that Lionel Messi took 52 trips on his private jet in three months causing 150 years worth of CO2 to be released.
Messi leases a stunning £12million luxury jet for his travels, and he often lends it to his family and friends too.
The Sun has contacted Derbyshire Police, End UK Private Jets and the Captain Tom Foundation for comment.