A US TV presenter who sparked outrage by hunting goats and sheep on Islay has taunted critics by wearing a t-shirt which says “Don’t Let Me Get Your Goat”.

Larysa Switlyk, who hosts the Larysa Unleashed programme, posed in the top in an Instagram post.

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Giving a rationale for the post, she wrote: "Due to the recent outrage over my hunting adventures I've decided to launch T-shirts to take a stance for what I believe in."

She said a portion of shirt sale profits will go towards goat conservation projects.

The 33-year-old concluded by reaffirming her conviction that hunting is morally justifiable. She wrote: "Thank You God and again I will never apologize for being a hunter!"

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“Don’t Let Me Get Your Goat”, “Barbaric” Hunter, & other T-Shirts now available on my online store!! Click link in profile or shop at larysaunleashed.com. Due to the recent outrage over my hunting adventures I’ve decided to launch T-Shirts to take a stance for what I believe in. A percentage of every shirt sold goes towards conservation efforts for the world’s capra species. Thank you for your support! We are already on our next hunt and will be in and out of service the next two weeks. Definitely on a dream hunt right now and I’m extremely blessed. Thank You God and again I will never apologize for being a hunter!

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Onlookers were appaled by the American's boastful social media posts about her Islay trip in which cheerily she posed with dead animals.

BBC presenter Nicky Campbell responded directly to Switlyk: “Please don’t take this the wrong way but you are a twisted sicko.”

Some have called for her never to return to Scotland

Switlyk also received death threats as a result of the post.