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‘Naked Chef’ Gets Naked (and Pregnant) Surprise

Written by PETA | March 19, 2009

If you’ve been keeping up with your British celebrity chefs lately, you’ll know that Naked Chef star Jamie Oliver has been pushing pork products on the public (try saying that three times fast). He’s encouraging people to “save our bacon” by buying British pig meat instead of the cruel other kind.

Wait. What?

Now, we know that Jamie is aware of the horrors behind factory farming in Europe (he even has a campaign against it), but we’re hoping he’ll realize the obvious: That the best way to stop cruelty to animals is to stop eating animals—including British ones. Good thing we’ve got friends in the U.K. who are only too happy to educate Mr. Oliver on the horrors of all factory farms.

Check out these pictures from PETA Europe’s Mother’s Day demo (yes, across the pond they honor their mums in March), in which two very sexy, very pregnant volunteers portrayed a typical day in the life of a mother sow in front of Jamie’s flagship restaurant, Fifteen.

These hot mamas have hearts as big as their bellies.
Jamie Oliver Demo 1
Happy Mother’s Day, Jamie!
Jamie Oliver Demo 2
Pregnant sows are forced to live in gestation crates that don’t even allow them enough space to turn around.
Jamie Oliver Demo 3
Mama pigs have their piglets taken away after only about four weeks.
Jamie Oliver Demo 4
I think Jamie got the message.
Jamie Oliver Demo 5

Written by Lianne Turner

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  • Brittney says:

    I’m so sick of PETA using naked women and sex to “educate” people on animal cruelty. They are actually saying they want to use sex to get people to become vegetarian..um…sorry but I don’t see the connection. I love animals and am a vegetarian and do anything I can to educate others about animal welfare and rights and why they shouldn’t support factory farms etc. But I’m not going to expose myself! It’s NOT sending the right message and frankly it makes me think less of PETA and less likely to affiliate myself with them. I have values and I can’t support using nudity or sex to get attention.

  • Zach says:

    PETA Excuse me for being ignorant but wouldnt something else be more helpful other than being a naked pig mom? I don’t think the nudity was necessary and I don’t think that you got the right point across. I think the point that got across was that the women of PETA are more than willing to show off their naked bodies. To me it makes no sense what you did. Maybe if you went and did this in front of a slaughterhouse? Just a thought…

  • Maria says:

    Hmmm. Well John July 15 you certainly make it clear who is really the pig.

  • John says:

    They certainly picked the correct subjects to be in the pens.

  • Kurt K says:

    Saucy I actually agree with you on this one. I think PETA is straying from the point on this one. Personally I would be more moved if they presented pictures of the pigs in cages. Using pregnant women for this stunt is childish and is good for nothing more than a cheap laugh. I would venture a guess that this will turn off more people than it will turn on no pun intended. Saucy I hope one day you find the love of your race once again.

  • Sean says:

    YEAHHH LADIESS!!! you two are VERY brave!

  • Valerie says:

    Britain has a higher tolerance of nudity check closely they do have an undie on of sorts than here in US. This is one attention getting demo! Congrats and thanks to those ladies braving the elements like that while pregnant this really shows what the factory animals go through.

  • sara says:

    ROCK IT OUT GIRLS!!!!!!

  • Saucy says:

    Maybe it’s because I love animals so much but this really seems to get lost in translation. It doesn’t impact me like the pigs that were displayed by some other folks here in the states. You know the ones that were either paper mache or plastic I don’t remember which but they were used outside grocery stores with signs saying “This is Factory Farming” I thought that was very effective. I guess it’s a difference of opinion probably having to do with my utter contempt for the human race. Personally I would like to put a few human forms people in those gestation crates keep them there for a few years on a pig farm then take them to a slaughter house for a front row seat then interview them and see how appealing pork products are to them then.

  • Deryck says:

    WOW! Awesome demo wooohoooo girls! and to hell with anyone who thinks otherwise. Animals are man’s friends and aquaintences not for consumption. We have so much to learn from the animal world! I have one question to anyone who eats fleash of another ‘if you had to kill it would you still eat it?’ You’d be amazed how many times I get a NO response.

  • Jamie RIvet says:

    Catherine I like watching Jamie cook though I am vegan too. I remember one show where an animal was being led to slaughter and Jamie said “if this bothers you you should be vegetarian”. Good point. Maybe it is good to target Jamie Oliver because he has a heart and actually gets it.

  • Hazel says:

    Again again. Peta what’s with the naked ladies? Is this really the only way to raise awareness for cruelty?

  • Aidan Hanson says:

    Kudos girls! It’s a shame that we have to use shock tactics to get people to realize the horrors that they are inflicting on innocent animals but if that’s what we have to do then so we shall. If people are willing to put it in their mouths they ought to be willing to know where it came from.

  • Claudine Erlandson says:

    Congratulations to these brave and beautiful Motherstobe. Their children will be so lucky to have such compassionate Moms. The gestation crates for sows are so horrible in the US too. Bravo again Girls! From a Seattle grandmother

  • lauren kelly says:

    Beautiful ladies beautiful demonstration! I will totally contact PETA when I’m pregnant so I can lend my body to help the pigs here in America probably in like 2 years I just got married.

  • Margarita says:

    My question is. Do they have to be so undressed? I am just concerned with any children pasing by. I became a vegetarian after seeing a program on ‘Dirty Job’ about what they do to horses and pigs etc. It made so very outrageous that I went on their blog to make a commnet about their appearent insensitivy on the animals discomfort.

  • maurikelly23 says:

    Wow what a great demonstration!! I give those pregnant beauties the thumb up for what they have done!! Hope that Jamie Oliver gets the message!

  • Catherine says:

    I disagree. I praise Jamie Oliver for enlightening his countrymen about the impact to animal welfare that factory farming has. While I am a vegan myself and advocate for veganism it unrealistic to think everyone is going to become vegan. If people wish to eat meat Jamie is advocating that people pay more money for animals to have a better quality of life. What celebrity chef in the U.S. has even mentioned animal welfare unless coerced by animal rights groups.

  • Shari says:

    BLESS THEIR HEARTS! THAT WAS BRAVE!! I’m proud of them!! You go girls!!!

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