Vegan streaker released from custody

The animal rights activist known as the Vegan Streaker, arrested last week following claims he was planning to attack the queen for wearing fur, was released from custody on Saturday afternoon.

An investigation into the claims failed to turn up any evidence against him, news agency ANP reported. According to one source, the claims were made by an ex-girlfriend.
Peter Janssen, who was arrested earlier this year for releasing 2,500 mink on a fur farm, first hit the headlines a year ago when he disrupted filming of the Paul de Leeuw tv show, wearing only underpants.
He has also been caught streaking at the ABN Amro tennis tournament, a Champions Trophy hockey match and the Tilburg Ten Mile road race.

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