Animal rights group, PETA, known for their use of sex and female nudity in their ads, has been banned by NBC from running their newest advertisement during the Super Bowl. The ad, named “Veggie Love” shows super-hot, nearly naked models getting hot and naughty with a bunch of vegetables. Nothing like “hide the cucumber,” but definitely sexy, nonetheless.
But apparently it was all too much for the total p*ssies over at NBC, who sent back this actual list of shots they require be cut-out if the ad was to be accepted:
- licking pumpkin
- touching her breast with her hand while eating broccoli
- pumpkin from behind between legs
- rubbing pelvic region with pumpkin
- screwing herself with broccoli (fuzzy)
- asparagus on her lap appearing as if it is ready to be inserted into vagina
- licking eggplant
- rubbing asparagus on breast
Now, we admit the ad is super sexy (and super awesome!), but this list seems a bit over the top. Screwing herself with broccoli? We must have missed that part. Either that, or NBC has a completely different definition of “screwing” than we do.
Believe us – the last thing in the world we want to do is defend PETA for anything. But when you start messing with our T&A, you’ve crossed a line.