Claire Austin has been targeted by independence supporters since grilling Nicola Sturgeon on Question Time.
A nurse smeared after grilling Nicola Sturgeon in a TV debate has suffered more harassment from independence supporters.
Claire Austin criticised the First Minister over NHS pay in a live BBC debate, claiming she had been forced to use a food bank.
It later emerged she had enjoyed a recent holiday at an exclusive hotel in New York and was a fan of fine dining although friends and family may have paid for the treats.
People then questioned whether Claire, 50, had actually used a food bank and she was subjected to vile abuse on social media.
SNP MP Joanna Cherry was later forced to apologise after she repeated a false rumour that the Edinburgh nurse was married to a Tory councillor.
And in a new attack, Claire has been harassed while eating in an Edinburgh restaurant with a friend.
She is described as “Tory scum” by a person confronting her and recording her on a mobile phone.
The person said: “You were lying. This is a nice swanky dinner in a posh Edinburgh restaurant in St Andrew Square. This woman was lying on Question Time. You were lying. You are Tory scum.”
The video has been circulated on social media by independence supporters and viewed thousands of times. Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale said: “This kind of harassment is completely unacceptable.