MTV Host Poses Naked for ‘Ink, Not Mink’ Ad

Published by PETA.

MTV Denmark host and FHM cover model Anne Lindfjeld stripped down to her trademark tattoos for PETA’s first Scandinavian “Ink, Not Mink” ad, which was unveiled just before the start of the Kopenhagen Fur auction in Denmark, the country that produces the most mink furs.

Lindfjeld joins a long list of tattooed celebrities—including Linkin Park’s Chester Bennington, the SuicideGirls, and NBA star Dennis Rodman—who’ve bared their skin to save animals’ skins. Go, Anne!

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Written by Heather Moore

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