VIDEOS PHOTOS: Pamela Anderson’s bikini butcher PETA ad

Pamela Anderson PETA Butcher diagram bikini ad

In Pamela Anderson’s latest PETA ad she is out to show that humans and animals have the same parts.  The sexy ad (seen above) shows Pamela in an itsy bitsy bikini appearing as if she has been tagged by a butcher.  Beside her image is a logo with the outline of a cow that reads, “Have a Heart Go Vegetarian.”

Anderson unveiled the new ad outside the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden, London on Sunday.  In an interview with itnnews the curvaceous Baywatch babe spoke about the importance of going Vegan:

“Well I think it’s the best way you can make a difference.  It’s good for the environment, good for your health.”

Here are two clips from that interview:

Via PETA’s page promoting the promotion they are selling posters of the ad and state of Anderson’s participation that:

In the ad, Pamela Anderson shows off her outer—and inner—beauty to promote a vegetarian diet and point out the similarities between humans and animals. There are many cruelty-free and tasty alternatives to meat available, and going vegetarian saves the lives of approximately 100 animals a year! Check out PETA’s free vegetarian/vegan starter kit, and experience the benefits of a plant-based diet yourself.

As a meat eater I have to say that the ad is having the reverse effect intended.  Seeing Pamela all labeled up in a bikini just brings out the carnivorous caveman in my soul if you know what I mean.  Hear is a photo from the unveiling in London. I may still eat beef but I also appreciate the delicious eye candy. Thanks Pamela.

46574, LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM - Sunday October 24 2010. Pamela Anderson unveils the new advert in aid of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) outside the London Transport Museum in Covent Garden. The campaign features the former Baywatch girl in a bikini, labelled up like a butcher's diagram. The initiative aims to encourage people to go vegetarian.  Photograph:  Smart Pictures,
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