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PETA Members Wear Chicken Costumes To Protest Jay Leno

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peta-chick-bleeds-ronaldPut on your fanciest chicken costume and get ready to party.

Word on the street is that the movers and shakers over at PETA are planning to dress up like chickens to protest a taping of The Jay Leno Show tomorrow in Burbank.

The animal rights organization is angry at Leno for supporting McDonlads — a company which PETA claims should adopt more humane chicken slaughter methods.

PETA member Amanda Fortino told City News Service that Leno should use his influence to “benefit the millions of frightened birds who end up as McNuggets.”

PETA members will arrive in their chicken suits at NBC Studios in Burbank at 3000 W. Alameda Ave. at 2:30 p.m. Check back for more updates as we learn them.

via: blogs.laweekly.com

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