Supermodel Joanna Krupa in tiger stripes for PETA to push for ban on wild animals in circuses 

Supermodel Joanna Krupa was painted in tiger stripes by the animal charity PETA outside Westminster, Central London, in order to put pressure on wild animals being used in travelling circuses

Supermodel Joanna Krupa was painted in tiger stripes by the animal charity PETA outside Westminster, Central London, in order to put pressure on wild animals being used in travelling circuses.

Supermodel Joanna Krupa was painted in tiger stripes by the animal charity PETA outside Westminster, Central London, in order to put pressure on wild animals being used in travelling circuses.

Supermodel Joanna Krupa was painted in tiger stripes by the animal charity PETA outside Westminster, Central London, in order to put pressure on wild animals being used in travelling circuses.

Supermodel Joanna Krupa was painted in tiger stripes by the animal charity PETA outside Westminster, Central London, in order to put pressure on wild animals being used in travelling circuses.

 

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1 Response

  1. KimMarie

    I applaud Joanna for taking a bold stand against circuses that use and abuse animals. Now if only England and Wales would do the same and ban the buggers.

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