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A coworker sent me the photos below today. I lost the e-mail that included info about what the hell was going on—but I'm pretty sure it involved saving animals' lives with help, of course, from our busty friends down at the precinct. The Fashion Police precinct that is!
So here’s the deal. Even if I remembered where these demos took place I still wouldn’t tell you as we don’t want to give fashion offenders (that’s people who think that wearing stuff like fur and leather isn’t cruelty to animals) a heads up. This way, for all anyone knows, the fashion police are right around the corner. And they’ll citizen’s arrest you if you wear animals. Seriously!
OK, so they won’t seriously arrest you, but don't wear animals anyway. Deal?
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I just Google Newsed PETA and saw that the demos got some media coverage. So i guess it's not a secret where they took place after all. Check this story out (there's funny video of people being ticketed).
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