Protesters signing up to poo on NSW Premier's doorstep

Thousands have committed to defecating on the NSW Premier’s doorstep after clicking “attending” on a Facebook event.

Gladys Berejiklian’s office is being monitored by police after more than 3000 people clicked attending on the Facebook event “Leave a poo at Gladys Berejiklian’s doorstep” while another 11,000 said they were “interested”.

NSW Police confirmed they had officers “in the vicinity” monitoring the situation at the premier’s office in Willoughby, on Sydney’s lower north shore.

The protest is in response to Gladys Berejiklian’s stance against pill testing. Source: AAP

A post to the event’s Facebook page claimed there were close to 10 cops at the office.

A coroner is investigating five suspected drug overdose deaths at NSW music festivals from mid-September to mid-January.

About 3000 people have clicked attending to the Facebook event. Source: Facebook

Festival-goers and medical experts have called for pill testing to be introduced in NSW to reduce the risk of harm but the premier remains steadfastly opposed to the idea.

Ms Berejiklian’s office has been contacted for comment.

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