Friday, August 10, 2007

Is PETA completely inundated with drama majors?

Activists from the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), wearing skull masks and dressed in black hooded costumes, representing "horsemen of the apocalypse", pose for the photographers as they demonstrate outside Smithfield meat market in central London. The activists protested outside the market where meat has been bought and sold for more than 800 years, to highlight the "pestilences" resulting from factory-farm methods of rearing animals and advocating vegetarianism as the solution.

WWH8D: What Would Henry 8th Do

Is the Tower of London still used to lock up the crazies? At first I thought it was some bizarre tribute to the Beatles' Abby Road album.


Gino said...

peta is nuts, but i really love their stunts.

too bad this one didnt involve female nudity,though.
those are the best.

Night Writer said...

I hope it was a real, real hot day.