Exactly who does PETA think they are? Airport bosses have banned a new animal rights commercial featuring Pamela Anderson, because they feel it's too sexy – and that's putting it lightly. Anyone with a lick of sense would see that the commercial is semi-pornographic and offensive.
The commercial was due to be shown at New York City's three airports – but bosses pulled the plug over fears the racy film will offend passengers with young children.
This isn't the first time PETA advertising has been banned. NBC rejected a PETA Super Bowl commercial not long ago (Veggie Love), because of concerns over images of horny women rubbing their pelvic region with pumpkin, and a woman screwing herself with broccoli. WTF?
No, cruelty doesn't fly, but PETA should consider signing a contract with $.25 sex booths where nuts fly, to get their commercials shown and taken seriously.