Tommy Lee: Stop SeaWorld’s Jerk-Offs

Published by PETA.

Caring folks continue to plead for basic compassion at SeaWorld and call on officials to enforce anti-cruelty laws. But Tilikum, the orca who has killed three people, is still confined to a cramped, claustrophobic tank that’s barely bigger than the size of his body to prevent him from having any physical contact with the trainers—except when they masturbate him.

Rock and roll’s bad boy and PETA friend, Tommy Lee, who’s been known to raise a few eyebrows, was blown away to learn about SeaWorld’s perverted treatment of Tilly—and expresses his disgust in this letter to officials:

Terry W. Prather
President, SeaWorld

Dear Mr. Prather,

After learning about the bizarre way you breed killer whales, my friends at PETA and I are stumped about SeaWorld’s announcement that no people will ever again have direct contact with Tilikum, the orca who has killed 3 people including his trainer this year. We understand that you refuse to release this frustrated whale because he is your chief sperm bank, and we know from SeaWorld’s own director of safety (as well as videos on the web) that the way you get his sperm is by having someone get into the pool and masturbate him with a cow’s vagina filled with hot water. Even during my wildest days with Motley Crue, I never could’ve imagined something so sick and twisted. Simply put, how can SeaWorld claim that trainers no longer have direct contact with this whale when they are jacking him off? That is about as ”direct” as it gets. I hope it doesn’t take another tragic death for SeaWorld to realize it shouldn’t frustrate these smart animals by keeping them in tanks.

Sincerely,
Tommy Lee 

It’s perfect-Lee put, wouldn’t you say? Please back Tommy up—and speak out for Tilly— by writing to SeaWorld too.  

Written by Karin Bennett

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