PETA Rally in Washington

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Only PETA knows how to draw public attention – plastic wrap half naked women in a pool of artificial blood, paint coat celebrities, or get them to pose nude. Last week, PETA hired a couple of gorgeous beauties in bird costumes to distribute egg-less sweets and pastries made from purely vegetarian ingredients, on the streets of Washington

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PETA activists Ember TeGantvoort and Ashley Byrne, in playful costumes, even handed out booklets in which tell about a recent massive contamination of eggs with Salmonella. Last month, the the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the U.S. recalled 550 million eggs from farms around the country after a salmonella outbreak, which lead to 1,900 cases of salmonella poisoning.

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Photos: Kevin Dietsch / UPI

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  1. One of the biggest problems i have with organizations like PETA is they care more for animals than they do people. Stepping over homeless in the streets to save a rare bird that they have never seen and probably never will. This is the hypocrisy. I love animal, but not more than the life of another human being.

    Just Sayin!

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  2. I certainly hope those are faux feathers those girls are wearing.

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