- Elsa Joan was fishing at Brooklands Lake in Dartford, Kent, on January 8
- 24-year-old caught on video a two-minute verbal attack from another woman
- Footage shows the irate stranger hurling offensive slurs such as ‘you vile b*tch’
A foul-mouthed animal rights activist was caught on camera viciously berating a woman for fishing – branding her a ‘vile b*tch who should be drowned’.
Elsa Joan had spent a day fishing on January 8 at Brooklands Lake in her hometown of Dartford, Kent, and had set up a tripod to capture her freshly-caught carp on camera just before dark.
However, the 24-year-old was in for a ‘pure shock’ when an enraged woman proceeded to verbally attack her for almost two minutes to return her catch to the water – failing to realise that Elsa would do anyway as it was a fishery.
The unexpecting fishing enthusiast caught the entire rant on camera, with footage showing the irate stranger hurling slurs such as ‘you vile b*tch’, and ‘you’re a f**king w****’ as Elsa tries to reign in her temper.