A small business owner is fuming after his Brisbane butcher's store was allegedly vandalised by someone he feels is an 'angry vegan'.
David Bobberman, owner of Clancyjames butchery, says his store was targeted late on Tuesday night.
He told 7NEWS.com.au he received a phone call from police at 11pm to say his storefront had been smashed.
He says he was met with fake blood, graffiti reading "meat is murder" and broken glass.
"It's the last thing you want on a cold and chilly night, spending your time cleaning up someone else's mess," Bobberman said.
"If people have a message to make, make it peacefully by all means," he said.
"But this affects someone's livelihood."
Bobberman says he expects the clean up to be lengthy, costing him precious working hours.
Queensland Police have arrested a 24-year-old man who was allegedly riding his bike from the scene.
They will allege he was carrying a hammer, a can of spray paint and a bottle of red liquid believed to be paint.
He was issued a notice to appear in Brisbane Magistrate's Court for wilful damage.
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