Tuesday, July 16, 2013

PeTA topless protest in #Toronto

Picking one of Canada’s busiest pedestrian intersections, a young lady strips off some of her clothes and lays on a plate at Yonge and Dundas on Tuesday, July 16, 2013. The lunch hour protest outside the Toronto Eaton Centre asks people to go vegan and the plate reads “try to relate to what is on your plate”, while the plate is full of vegetables, spaghetti sauce and the lady. Nearby protesters circle the plate and carry signs against meat.

See more of the protest after the jump.

She uses tape to cover her chest

Now I also remember PeTA’s 2012 lettuce ladies protest when they met Mayor Rob Ford at City Hall.

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