The hacktivist group haven't taken kindly to the singer's new love for fox hunting and have blasted him for associating with 'Tory criminals'
Prodigy's Keith Flint allegedly has a new hobby and it isn't sitting well with Anonymous.
The hacktivist group are angry that the singer, 46, has taken up fox hunting alongside what they brand as 'Tory criminals'.
In the video posted on YouTube they say: "It has come to our attention that Keith has a fetish for murdering animals.
"It has come to our attention that Keith has been rubbing shoulders with with Tory criminals whilst out fox hunting."
And then with a warning for viewer discretion, the group show an injured deer with an arrow in its body claiming that Keith had "killed the deer, so now Anonymous will politically kill Keith".
They go on to warn the Prodigy front man: "Sit tight Keith it's going to be a bumpy ride."
They complain he's "treacherous" and that they used to respect the band's music because it was once about "rebelling against the establishment", but apparently no longer.
Anonymous claim that the video message is not a threat but they "know where he lives" and he should "take a long hard look at himself", giving him a year to change.
It was reported that the Prodigy lead singer had moved to the countryside and become a landlord of an 18th century pub before he began riding with the local hunt.
According to the Daily Mail, Keith has invested in several hunting horses and even competed in a hunter trial race on one of them named Captain Black, finishing in sixth place.
Reps for Keith Flint have been contacted.
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