February 18, 2005 03:08:57 GMT
The censorship of her naked anti-fur advertisement in China has driven Pamela Anderson mad
Pamela Anderson is mad in knowing that her naked anti-fur advertisement for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) in China was cut by local censors. The "anger" Pammy says that it is the Chinese fur farms, which torture animals for the fur, should be censored, and not the people exposing the horrific cruelty.
"Ignoring" Pammy complaint, PETA states "Thanks to the Shanghai authorities, the people of China won't get to see as much of the unclothed beauty as PETA and Anderson would have liked. Government censors drastically cropped the racy photo, forcing cheated viewers to rely on their imaginations." To explain further, PETA campaign manager Allison Ezell confirms, the latest revision picture will basically just shows Pammy's head and it has not been approved yet.