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PETA Supporter Sophie Monk Gets Caught With KFC Chicken In Hand

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Sophie Monk is totally busted! The Australian vegetarian celebrity was recently photographed leaving a Hollywood KFC with a box of chicken in hand and the vegan police are out for blood (or rather a faux blood, soy-based vegan alternative).

True, there’s nothing illegal about eating at KFC (although there should be), and if this picture was taken in one of the Canadian chains that now offer a vegan alternative it wouldn’t be such a big deal. But this was shot in Hollywood, and we all know that American KFC’s aren’t anywhere near vegan!

What makes it worse is that Monk has very publicly spoken out against the fast food chain in the past, saying: “I think the message to KFC eaters [is that] you should think about what you’re eating. If you’re eating deformed animals that are being induced by hormones, you know, it can not be good for you.”

I can’t tell you how much I hate hearing stories like this. And so, because I’m half Jewish and half Catholic (and therefore properly trained in the art of denial), I’ve prepared a list of the top five possible reasons Sophie could have been leaving KFC with a box of chicken.

1. She was doing undercover work for PETA.
2. It was a child’s Make A Wish request was to have Sophie Monk buy them KFC.
3. She was being held hostage and the man with the gun was photoshopped out of the picture later.
4. She has a clone.
5. She was stealing the food to give to the homeless.

Why do YOU think Sophie was eating at KFC?

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