Now, PETA (People For The Ethical Treatment of Animals) is not known for being tame in their ads. In fact, most of them feature women in various states of undress that aim to (somehow) bring attention to animal rights. But, some people are saying that they've taken things too far in their most recent commercial.
The ad is a "Valentine's video", that warns women of the dangers of their boyfriend's trip into veganism. The video was released online on Monday, and features a pantsless woman walking the street wearing a neck brace and carrying a bag of vegetables. (You can check out the ad after the jump, but note that it's probably not suitable for young viewers).