Viewers were left shocked when topless climate activist Laura Amherst turned up naked on the set of "This Morning" show, and they also expressed concern over hygiene.

For the Thursday episode, the topless protestor brought along two signs which read "save our planet," and "no more empty target."

After watching the episode, one Twitter user asked if her bare bottom was on the sofa. Another hoped she was sitting on a blanket.

Amherst has been in news for appearing topless at recent Extinction Rebellion demonstrations in the UK.

She spoke about climate change and her style of activism during her appearance on the show, reported Daily Star. She said, "As a mother, I worry about the future our children are going to have."

She described going topless for a cause a "really liberating experience," and said that it is about education, awareness and getting the right people’s attention. On the need to opt for going topless, she said, "People kind of strip off and get naked for less than honorable causes … so I think why not use my assets to the advantage of not only myself but everyone else?"

Meanwhile, the politics student from Brighton said that she earns thousands for different causes by stripping off on a site, according to Mirror. The 31-year-old said that she has earned 1,200 pounds ($1,644.52) since starting her page on OnlyFans just weeks ago. The Extinction Rebellion activist has pledged to donate 75% of her earnings from the topless content to the campaign group, an animal rescue charity and Greenpeace. She is hoping to earn around 18,000 pounds ($24,683.40) this month on the page.

But not everyone appreciates her style of activism, with some calling her someone who is “desperate for attention." Amherst claimed that she has been surgery-shamed, makeup-shamed, acne-shamed, fat-shamed and s***-shamed. She said, “People say that I'm doing this for a marketing stunt and I don't really care (about the environment) at all, or that I'm just desperate for attention.”

But she isn't bothered by the comments as she knows what she is doing is not wrong. She finds most of the insults unoriginal and that the trolls are just trying to shame women.

Extinction Rebellion protesters gather at Oxford Circus to protest against climate change Extinction Rebellion protesters gather at Oxford Circus to protest against climate change, on August 25, 2021 in London, United Kingdom. Climate action group Extinction Rebellion (XR) are holding multiple actions over two weeks from August 23rd 2021 aiming to disrupt the City of London and further afield and put climate change at the top of the agenda ahead of the UK hosting COP26 Summit later this year. Photo by Dan Kitwood/Getty Images