Tuesday, 8 June 2010

PETA protest pissed on by pissed-off bikers

14793_hell_ride_screen_biker_gang Does protesting leather-wearing at a bikers’ get-together sound like a good idea to you?  No, me either—although it apparently did sound like a good idea to three PETA protestors, who when last heard of were being searched for by police in the hills of Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

Story goes that after the protestors showed up shouting slogans, throwing blood and making a general bloody nuisance of themselves—making general Pete Bethunes of themselves, really—the gang members showed their “inclusiveness” by force-feeding them hot dogs and burgers and holding them down and farting on them, before duct-taping some of them to a tree and pissing on them.

    “"They peed on me!!!" charged one activist. "They grabbed me, said I looked like I was French, started calling me 'La Trene', and duct taped me to a tree so they could pee on me all day!"… When confronted with the allegations of force-feeding the activists meat, using them as ad hoc latrines, leaving them incapacitated in fast food restaurant dumpsters, and 'farting on their heads,' the organizer declined to comment in detail. "That's just our secret handshake," assured the organizer.”

These are protestors who sound like prime candidates for this year’s Darwin Awards, wouldn’t you say?


  1. You are aware that this is a pisstake, right?


  2. Damn, there you go spoiling a good satire again.

    Mind you, the word "spoof" at the very top of the linked story might also have been s clue. ;^)

  3. "making general Pete Bethunes of themselves"

    Fantastic Not PC, a great new one for the Kiwi lexicon.


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