The German satirist said, he only wanted to capture the company's attention "offline" by stencilling the "hate speech" tweets outside Twitter HQ in Europe.
A video posted on Monday (7 August) shows Shahak Shapira spray-painting messages like, "Germany needs a final solution to Islam", "Let's gas the Jews" and "N*****s are a plague to our society" on the ground next to the entrance to Twitter's building.
In a video posted to his social media accounts, Shapira said he had reported 300 incidents of hate speech on Twitter over six months, but had received just nine responses from the company.
Shapira has produced a YouTube video (see above) to highlight his protest called '#HEYTWITTER', in which he claims that he has reported nearly 300 obnoxious tweets and more than 150 hate comments to Facebook so far this year.
In comparison, Shapira said his complaints over 150 similar messages on Facebook led to 80% of them being removed by the company's administrators within three days.
"If Twitter forces me to see these things, then they should have to see it as well", he said, claiming the tweets went against the company's guidelines.
While some Twitter users accused Shapira of promoting censorship, others rallied behind them, tweeting their support using #HEYTWITTER.
Hate speech - reprehensible anywhere in the world - takes on another dimension in Germany due to the legacy of the Nazi regime.
Will Twitter take action this time or will it ignore Shahak yet again?
Earlier this year, Germany passed laws that could result in fines of up to 50 million euros ($74.6 million) if they failed to remove "obviously illegal" content in time. "And tomorrow morning, when the Twitter people arrive at the office, they'll have to look at all the lovely tweets that their company loves to ignore to much".