Pamela Anderson is not smiling (despite the photo shown above). She’s championing for all the chickens in the world, to have the likeness of the Kentucky Fried Chicken founder’s likeness removed from the Kentucky state Capitol.
Pam Anderson wants to get rid of a bust. No, not her own surgically inflated assets – the “Stacked” star is leading the charge to remove a likeness of KFC founder Col. Harland Sanders from the Kentucky state Capitol. Anderson called the likeness “a monument to cruelty” to chickens in a statement issued by her handlers at PETA. Anderson wrote a letter detailing alleged abuses of chickens by KFC suppliers. Among her claims was that workers in a slaughterhouse in West Virginia have been filmed tearing the heads off live birds, spitting tobacco in their eyes, spray-painting their faces and slamming them on the ground.
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