Harley McDonald-Eckersall, a Blockade Australia activist, has voiced her displeasure with the conditions of her detention cell.
The Blockade Australia rallies this week that rocked Sydney resulted in the arrest of the climate change activist.
She has criticised the lack of suitable food choices as a vegan who self-identifies while incarcerated.
Just an FYI, McDonald-Eckersall said on Facebook, “to the Surry Hills police station.”
“A cheese sandwich is not vegan, and dry cereal and fruit are not foods.”
The majority of the people were unsympathetic to her remarks about the meal selection.
Nobody is discussing the cause of your demonstration; instead, they are criticising you for being a vegan who complains about a cheese sandwich in a police station.”
“Here’s an idea, if ‘hotel lock up’ wasn’t to your taste, cease breaking the law,” the second person suggested.
Another added: “Weep a river for me.
Stop bludging on the rest of us and go get a job.”
McDonald-Eckersall also spoke about the claustrophobic and chilly conditions she endured while being remanded in detention after her bail request was denied in her lengthy social media post.
She posted on Facebook, “I was rejected bail and held in detention for taking action with Blockade Australia.”
“I’ve been arrested before, as those who know me are aware.
However, this one rattled me.”
She also spoke about the detention cells where she was held.
McDonald-Eckersall was arrested during the Blockade Australia demonstrations on Monday, when she parked her vehicle across the Sydney Harbour Bridge tunnel entry.