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Climate activists spray paint private jets, mistakenly believe Taylor Swift’s plane was at airport

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Climate activists spray paint private jets, mistakenly believe Taylor Swift’s plane was at airport

They agree that she’s the problem.

A pair of climate activists sprayed two private jets at a UK airport with orange paint Thursday morning – mistakenly claiming that pop superstar Taylor Swift’s jet was parked nearby.

Police were called to Stansted Airport in Essex around 5:10 a.m. local time following reports that two people had broken into the area and damaged two planes, the BBC reported.

Two Just Stop Oil supporters have painted two private jets orange.

Two Just Stop Oil supporters have painted two private jets orange. Just Stop Oil

The Just Stop Oil group admitted to being behind the incident, and claimed that Swift’s jet was parked at the airstrip during the demonstration.

Stansted Airport, however, denied that the “Anti-Hero” songstress’ plane was there, the outlet reported.

The two activists – Jennifer Kowalski, 28, and Cole Maconald, 22 — were arrested on suspicion of criminal damage, the outlet said.

“As a precaution, runway operations were suspended for a short period, but no flights were disrupted, and the airport and flights are operating as normal,” an airport spokesperson said.

A video posted by Just Stop Oil showed the pair using a power tool to cut the airport fence open before dashing across the runway and spraying two jets with orange paint.

“We just spray painted the f–k out of this jet,” Kowalski said in a selfie video taken at the airfield.

The the activists posted a video from the scene of the protest.

Jennifer Kowalski, 28, and Cole Maconald, 22, posted a video from the scene of the protest. Just Stop Oil

“And the one behind it!” Macdonald chimed in, as both women giggled.

“We need an international treaty against the burning of all oil, coal and gas,” Macdonald insisted in a second video.

“While people are starving, the elite and the rich fly thousands and thousands of feet in the air, above us all. BIllionaires are not untouchable,” she added.

The pair used a power tool to break into the sir strip.

The pair used a power tool to break into the Stansted Airport. Just Stop Oil

Eagle-eyed sleuths noticed that Kowalski was actually one of 15 fans who met Taylor Swift backstage during the Glasgow stop of the 1989 tour nine years ago, the Daily Mail reported.

A young Kowalski and her sister, Lisa, are seen grinning and hoisting the “Tortured Poet’s Department” singer into the air during the meet-and-greet after the sold-out gig at the SSE Hydro Arena.

The former biology student even once identified Swift as her “hero” and threw parties to celebrate her new music releases, the Daily Mail added.

The activists were arrested.

Kowalski and Maconald were arrested on suspicion of criminal damage. Just Stop Oil

Just Stop Oil did not immediately return The Post’s request for a comment.

Swift — who is currently on the UK leg of her record-smashing Eras Tour — has faced criticism from fans and environmental activists for her private jet usage.

In 2022, she topped a list of celebrities with the highest private-jet carbon emissions.

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