A NOTORIOUS anti-vaxxer has been spotted shouting at pupils outside of a school.

The woman, who is understood to be Kate Shemirani, was seen spreading anti-vaccine information as school children left school at about 3.30pm today.

One student filmed the woman, who was wearing pink hospital scrubs and shouting over a loud PA system.

In the video she can be heard saying: "They are going to inject you with messenger RNA!

"It should not be in your bodies, it will keep replicating. Those spike proteins that it makes are going to go into every single organ in your body."

She was filmed by a student outside St Paul's Catholic College in Burgess Hill. Students can be heard laughing while she spoke.

The Argus: Students laughed as she spoke.Students laughed as she spoke.

After spotting the student, she sarcastically remarked "as you can see we have got a very intelligent gentleman here who mocks it".

The student told The Argus: "She was getting up in student's faces and shouting loudly down a mic."

Ms Shemirani was spotted outside of the vaccine centre in Churchill Square in August.

That protest led to appointments being cancelled and the shopping centre being evacuated after a smoke bomb was placed inside a bin.

Ms Shemirani's own son has condemned her comments in the past after leaving home at 17.

In an interview with the BBC, he said: "She's someone with a massive amount of self-interest and loved being the centre of attention."

The school have been contacted for comment.

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