JASMINE Barnett is dressed only in leaves outside Joey Barton's favourite McDonald's to remind everyone of the sins of the flesh. Flesh eating that is.
And as cunning stunts go, this one, by animal rights campaigners PETA, was a Wednesday morning crowd-stopper.
The action – days before the start of World Vegan Month in November – was set up to encourage passers-by to take a 30-day pledge to go vegan.
Lying on a giant plate – complete with a knife and fork, a side salad and a serving of BBQ sauce – beneath a banner that reads, "Try to Relate to Who's on Your Plate – Go Vegan", the 25-year-old from Crosby was dished up in Liverpool city centre on Wednesday morning.
Jasmine was plucked for the role after entering a PETA competition to find the sexiest vegan, last year.
She said: “Chickens aren't nuggets, and pigs aren't pork chops – they're intelligent beings who deserve respect."
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