PETA’s ‘Fashion Police’ Bust Leather Offenders

Published by PETA.

PETA’s sexy “fashion police” are on patrol again. Last week, they took their beat to the street – in New Haven and Providence, handing out citations to leather-wearers for “violating common decency.” For some reason, every “offender” loved being “detained.” In fact, this is pretty much what happened every time:

Fashion Cop: No more leather, promise?Passerby, hanging head in shame: OK.

Of course, looking at photos of our cops, I have to say—they look like they mean business! I wouldn’t want to argue with them, either.

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And, if you’re looking for some pleather boots as awesome as those (I know I am!), we have a few cruelty-free suggestions for your consideration.

Written by Amanda Schinke

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