Python Skin Banned In California
November 3, 2011 by staff
Python Skin Banned In California, Slithering snakes, since the python bag away, Reese Witherspoon! The Hollywood star has fallen foul of those animal rights group for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), after she was photographed sporting a unique design and Chloe Paraty bag 3820 made of python skin – whose sale is illegal in California.
According to Radar Online, the popular snake skin has been excluded from sales in California since 1970, so that Witherspoon should have her accessory bags out of state.
“No matter how much you paid for that bag Reese, animals have to pay a much higher price,” said a spokesman for PETA said in a statement.
“Every year, millions of snakes are impaled on hooks or nails in trees at the head and skinned alive,” the statement continued.
“The hoses are inserted into the mouth of large snakes – like pythons – and their bodies are pumped full of water to loosen the skin to be cut more easily.
“The ‘skinning animals, writhing bodies are discarded, and often takes days for animals to die from the effects of shock and dehydration. We can not imagine that he will contribute to this hidden suffering, especially for something as frivolous as a fashion accessory that can be replicated without bloodshed.
“These days, it is easy to have a look that kills without killing the snake -. With false, mock croc, python pleather, and other design elements that pay tribute to the beauty of these animals without massacring”
But Rose, who, ironically, a crown of sexiest celebrities Witherspoon your vegetarian in 2006, hopes that the actress was not ignorant of the situation of the pythons.
“We can not imagine that he will contribute to this hidden suffering, especially for something as frivolous as a fashion accessory that can be replicated without bloodshed,” the statement added.
“These days, it is easy to have a look that kills without killing, with fake snake, mock croc, python pleather, and other design elements that pay tribute to the beauty of these animals without massacring them.”
Well, he said. Boo hiss, indeed.
Update: The bag is history, folks.
“Thank God, Reese has just Peta to inform and not to carry the bag,” said Rose in a new statement.
“We have long known Reese be a very nice person, so we’re satisfied – and not surprised – that’s hanging your python bag forever,” the statement added.
“We expect honest mistake Reese will serve as a reminder to all of us to be extra sure that what we are buying is of mud or snake false pretense.”
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