Armed protesters have gathered outside Brock Turner's suburban home.


There is truly is no place like home.

Stanford rapist Brock Turner has walked out of jail and into the firing line of an armed and angry protest.

ABC News reports he was released early for good behaviour after serving three months for the sexual assault of an unconscious woman.

A crowd of protesters – some of whom are carrying guns – have been photographed standing outside the 21-year-old’s home.

The protesters are holding placards that demand harsh punishments for rapists and Turner himself.

“Castrate rapists,” one placard reads.

“If I rape Brock will I only do 3 months?”

One protester told WCPO the discomfort caused by their presence would be a deserved punishment.

“If he is uncomfortable, then he begins to receive at least some punishment that he deserves for his crime,” they said.

TMZ previously reported the parents of Turner had requested additional security from police to protect their son.

He is believed to have spent the weekend at a hotel with his mother but is expected to return home within days and attend the county sheriff’s department to be registered as a sex offender.

Turner must also complete three years of probation.