Chris Packham, 60, has been left worried about what’s next after a terrifying arson attack at his home. The beloved wildlife presenter shared his concerns in a Twitter video detailing the attack.
Springwatch host Chris has detailed how masked men left a Range Rover outside his house on Friday morning.
They set it on fire in a dangerous act, which left the presenter having to call the fire brigade.
Now, Chris has shared how he will keep campaigning following what has happened.
In a video posted to his Twitter, he admitted he may have been targeted by trolls who opposed his anti-hunting views.
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In the tweet alongside his video, he wrote: “Harassment, relentless abuse, intimidation and now arson.
“And what next . . . ? I will not be cowed, I will not buckle, but can I ask for your help?
“If you are an @nationaltrust member please sign to end hunting here and now.”
The wildlife presenter yesterday opened up to the Mirror about the incident.