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Fox Affiliate To Air PETA's Rejected Sexy GO VEG Commercial

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PETA, sexy superbowl ad, vegetables

Remember that sexilicious PETA ad that was rejected by NBC for airing during the Superbowl due to its “level of sexuality exceeding their standards”? Well, it’s finally found a media outlet outside of the Internet on Fox affiliate KCBA-TV in California; which serves the Monterey-Salinas-Santa Cruz market. As PETA notes, that includes Greenfield, CA — the “broccoli capital of the world”. The animal rights org thinks the ad will be a big hit in the town since “viewers there are the last people who would find anything featuring broccoli offensive.”

Of course, don’t expect this see this one until after junior’s bedtime. The 30-second spot will air on KCBA-TV once each night from Monday, March 23, to Friday, March 27, between 11:35 p.m. and 12:05 a.m. during TMZ. We’re pretty sure TMZ’s viewers won’t mind a little broccoli body rubbin’ either.

For a refresher, the full ad is available after the jump.

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