PETA offers to replace Colorado Springs trash cans
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) – The animal rights group PETA is offering to help cash-strapped Colorado Springs by paying to put trash cans back in parks, if the cans carry an anti-meat slogan and a picture of a woman in a lettuce bikini.
The city stopped picking up trash in parks to save money, and all the trash cans have been removed.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals told city officials Wednesday they’d pay for new trash cans saying “Meat Trashes the Planet” and “Go Vegan.” The cans also have PETA’s logo and the lettuce-clad model.
Mayor Lionel Rivera says he’ll consider the offer if PETA also pays to have the trash picked up and hauled to the dump.
But he joked that the Colorado Beef Council might demand equal time.
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