Topless Mermaid Takes On London

Published by PETA.

Sculptor Antony Gormley has launched a new artistic endeavor, the One & Other project, in London. He’s recruited 2,400 “living sculptures” to stand atop the famous “Fourth Plinth” in Trafalgar Square. Each person gets an hour on the 8-meter-high plinth (which is usually used to display artwork) to do whatever he or she would like—and one lucky PETA Europe supporter was granted a place!

 

Go Veg Mermaid

 

Natalie Simpson sparkled as a sultry mermaid who asked people to go vegetarian.

 

Go Veg Mermaid

 

We’re so proud of Natalie for daring to show a little skin in order to save the skins scales of other thinking, feeling beings. If you want to be like Natalie and stand up for animals, take our Pledge to Be Veg for 30 Days and give a fish-friendly diet a try.

Written by Liz Graffeo

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