NYC Tourists Eye PETA’s Chicken Eyeball

Published by PETA.

This New Yorker usually steers clear of Midtown, thanks to the crowds, the horse-drawn carriages, and Macy’s.

 

I'm Hatin' What I See

 

But I’m willing to ride the jam-packed Q to Times Square because I’m excited to see PETA’s eye-popping McCruelty posters, which features an illustrated eye of a chicken who’s been scalded to death and have been plastered all over Midtown. These posters are a follow-up to last week’s Chi-town light show and are meant to pressure McDonald’s to implement new slaughterhouse technology that would eliminate the worst abuses of chickens killed for McNuggets.

 

I'm Hatin' What I See

 

I'm Hatin' What I See

 

If you’re like me, you’re wondering where our eye-catching ad will show up next. Maybe on a huge banner draped over the St. Louis Arch? Share your suggestions in the comments section below.

Written by Karin Bennett

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— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind