PETA Offers Anti-Meat Trash Cans For Colo. Parks

Colorado Springs removed all trash cans from public parks to save money. Now an animal rights group has offered to help. PETA's proposal has strings — new trash cans feature a woman in a lettuce bikini and an anti-meat slogan. The city's mayor says he'll consider the offer, if the group also has the trash picked up and hauled to the dump.

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The city of Colorado Springs removed trash cans from public parks to save money. Now an animal rights group has offered to help. PETA's proposal has strings new trash cans should feature a woman in a lettuce bikini with an anti-meat slogan. The city's mayor says he'll consider the offer, if the group also has the trash picked up and hauled to the dump.

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