PETA is no stranger to controversial, nudity-filled advertising. And, as of late, the TSA has become acquainted with a different brand of nudity-oriented controversy. So the latest commercial from PETA, which features undressed travelers and a dressed Pamela Anderson, combines the best of both worlds — all in the name of animal rights.
The spot, titled "Cruelty Doesn't Fly," has Anderson playing a TSA agent with a conscience. As people pass through the sparsely populated airport-security checkpoint, they are stripped of any and all garments made from animals. This, logically, leads to naked people laughing and kissing.
Watch the racy PETA ad in the video below, and compare it to your next encounter with the Department of Homeland Security: