No stranger to controversy over its notoriously-naughty ads, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has turned its ire on Southwest Airlines after the airline deemed the animal rights group’s latest ad “too sexy” for its inflight magazine, Spirit. Pimping a vegan diet, the ad features a security scan of a woman in her underwear baring the slogan “Be Proud of Your Body Scan: Go Vegan.”
The crazed crusaders of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals have recruited a new celebrity endorser: outspoken actress Jane Lynch.
Just weeks after launching an anti-animal cruelty campaign with Lynch’s Glee co-star Lea Michele, the group is teaming up with the star — who plays opinionated Cheerios coach Sue Sylvester on the hit show — to crack down on pet breeders and the dangers of animal overpopulation in a quirky new PETA public service announcement.
Screen stunner Olivia Munn will stop traffic in Los Angeles on Tuesday morning — literally. The actress will unveil her new People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) billboard, in which she poses naked to help the outspoken animal rights advocates raise awareness about the cruel treatment of circus elephants.