A group of climate change activists trashed a $300 million superyacht owned by billionaire Walmart heiress Nancy Walton Laurie on the Spanish island of Ibiza by blasting it with paint.
The Futuro Vegetal group, which translates to Future Vegetable, said on Twitter that two members used fire extinguishers filled with red and black paint to deface the "Kaos" superyacht Sunday morning.
Futuro Vegetal also uploaded pictures of two members standing in front of the luxury yacht with signs that read "You Consume Others Suffer."
"The only reason we continue to maintain an economic system that leads us to eco-social collapse is to sustain the privileges of this small privileged class," the group said in a statement about the vandalism. "The mega-rich live off the suffering of others."
The Spanish Civil Guard said two people were arrested at the docks this morning over the incident, local Periodico de Ibiza reports.
Sources told the Spanish newspaper that the yacht was actually scheduled to leave Ibiza on Sunday, with the spraypainting taking place just as the crew was preparing to depart.
The Futuro Vegetal group said they specifically targeted Laurie's yacht as she is one of the wealthiest women in the world, with Bloomberg's Billionaire Index pinging her net worth at $7.77 billion.
Laurie's yacht made headlines in May with a series of features about the impressive 361-foot ship, which sports its own swimming pool, aquarium and helipad.
The superyacht also holds its own cinema, spa facilities, gym and even a small hospital for medical emergencies at sea.
The vandalism came following a call from the Extinction Rebellion Ibiza group, an activist organization demanding the ban of private jets and luxury yachts over emission concerns.
The group called on a campaign to specifically target such jets and yachts in Ibiza, with a private jet spray painted in a similar fashion by activists last week at Ibiza's airport.
Futuro Vegetal said they were proud to have joined the campaign in Ibiza in order to raise awareness for their cause. The group touts itself as a civil disobedience and direct action group fighting against climate change.
Representatives for Laurie did not immediately respond to The Post's request for comment.