PETA offers anti-meat trash cans for Colo. parks
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) -- The animal rights group PETA is offering to help the cash-strapped city of Colorado Springs by paying to put trash cans back in parks -- on one condition. The cans have to carry an anti-meat slogan and a picture of a woman in a lettuce bikini.
The city stopped picking up trash in parks to save money, and all the trash cans have been removed.
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