Pamela Anderson's New PETA Ad Too Hot to Air

September 9, 2009 By:
Pamela Anderson's New PETA Ad Too Hot to Air

Pamela Anderson is no stranger to stripping off clothes, but her latest PETA ad has been banned because it's simply too hot for air.

In the video Pam prepares unsuspecting travelers for takeoff in PETA's "Cruelty Doesn't Fly" campaign by stripping passengers of fur, leather, and all animal skins!

The ad was due to be shown at New York City's three airports - but bosses pulled the plug over fears the racy film will offend passengers with young children.

PageSix reports a rep for CNN Airport Network wrote to PETA bosses to explain the commercial is “particularly sensitive because children make up part of the demographic in airports.”

The quirky commercial, titled "Cruelty Doesn't Fly," also features comedians Steve-O, Andy Dick, and Carol Leifer, a pair of nude models, and German punk icon Nina Hagen. Check out the video yourself and you tell us--is it too racy?

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