Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi (R) was accosted by liberal protesters at a Tampa movie theater on Friday for a showing of the new Mr. Rogers documentary.

The demonstrators waited for Bondi to exit the theater and then began harassing her.

The ordeal was videotaped and shared on social media by activist Timothy Heberlein.

He explained that the protest was unplanned, but when Bondi was spotted in the theater, they couldn’t resist.

“Pam Bondi attempted to attend a screening of the Mister Rogers documentary a day after announcing her plan to end protections for health care consumers with pre-existing conditions. Here, via @timintampa, is what happened,” Heberlein wrote in the video caption.

“We were in a movie about anti-bullying and practicing peace and love and tolerance and accepting of people for their differences,” Bondi said as a response to the protest.

A spokeswoman for Bondi, said that this was “least aggressive portion of the attack,” adding that there were times where the attorney general was spit on her face and was physically attacked.

“What would Mister Rogers think about you and your legacy in Florida?” one protester Maria José Chapa shouted in the video. “Taking away health insurance from people with pre-existing conditions, Pam Bondi!”