PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) protestors were in Downtown Memphis, TN along with their fashion police dressed in revealing police uniforms.
The group was in Downtown, Memphis giving out citations for those who were violating the fashion standard by wearing real leather, wool and fur from animals which usually come from fur farms like the one in this video.
Many of the PETA protesters carried signs around displaying “animal skins are a fashion felony” while the sexy police handed out tickets to “violators” who wore fur, leather and wool.
PETA fashion police told those who were guilty of wearing the real thing to get rid of the fur, wool or leather and opt for fake fur or pleather.
Recently PETA and the National Humane Society of the United States called out P. Diddy for his Sean John Hooded Snorkel Jackets for containing raccoon dog fur on the hood which was labeled as faux at retailers. Sean “P. Diddy” Combs could face penalties according to reports. Along with Sean “P. Diddy” Combs over eight other name brand clothing designers are being investigated where many have of the garments have already been confirmed to contain fur from animals also.