A letting agent that sent controversial letters to landlords earlier this year has had all its windows smashed.
CJ Hole, in Southville, Bristol, sent a forceful letter to landlords stating that they should increase rents, as higher prices are achievable.
The letter was sent to tenanted properties and a tenant posted it to Twitter, causing local outrage.
A demonstration was held outside the branch, owned by franchisee Paul Goverd, and around 12,000 people signed an online petition for the firm to sign an ethical lettings charter.
One supporter was another CJ Hole franchisee in Bristol, Chris Hill.