PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) activists protest against the use of real fur for the traditional bearskin helmets of the British Queen's guard during a protest outside the British embassy in Madrid in 2006.
The banner reads: "Slaughtered for the Queen's guards".
Joanna Krupa is a hard woman to ignore. The 30-year-old model enjoys the kind of curvaceous good looks that get you on the cover of Playboy.
Photographed naked, sporting a pair of angel’s wings and using just a silver crucifix to preserve her modesty, she becomes ever harder to overlook.
This is how she appeared in a recent poster campaign for the U.S.-based animal welfare charity PETA. Catholics around the world were up in arms.
Polish Catholics were up in arms and standing on their chairs, some of them at least.
The fact that Joanna Krupa is Polish made the ad doubly difficult to take; insulting the cross is bad enough, but for a Pole to be seen doing so in the eyes of the world’s media touches a sensitive Polish nerve of national pride.
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