SAN FRANCISCO -- Activists recently gathered outside an In-N-Out restaurant in San Francisco and staged a protest about animal rights they say are being violated by a meat processing facility used by the restaurant.
Inspired by the popular series "Squid Game," protesters took a creative approach to get their point across.
They kicked off the protest with a game of "red light, green light." They also created a giant version of the doll from the show.
Protesters are accusing the popular fast food chain of continuing to get their beef supply from a processing facility accused of killing cows inhumanely.
Protesters want an end to factory farms in California.
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