LONDON – Pamela Anderson spoke to butchers over the weekend, showing off her meat.

Pamela Anderson, a 43-year-old mother and former star of Baywatch, was in London to speak on behalf of Peta (People for the Ethical Treatment for Animals) and to promote her new “butcher poster.”   In the poster, Anderson is  divided into chunks of meat like breast and ribs.  She is wearing nothing but a teensy tiny bikini.

“I wanted to talk about my flesh and meat.  This butcher ad with me in a bikini – really draws attention to my best parts.  I think it’s clear that I ‘m Grade A meat.”

Pamela Anderson wants to encourage people to become vegetarians, and also to buy more pictures of her in bikinis.  “I think if people ate less meat and bought more pictures of me naked, the world would be a better place.”

The poster proclaims: “All animals have the same body parts, but mine are hotter.”

Dressed in a sky blue shirt-waisted Vivienne Westwood dress cinched with a red belt and wearing gold stiletos, Anderson was all smiles as she proudly posed alongside the display .

Anderson spent the majority of her time on Baywatch wearing a tiny red bikini, had no problem undertaking the campaign and said she believed the poster’s message was an important one.   She said: “The biggest issue that I like to talk about is how my breasts are still as fabulous as they ever were.  And I think my legs are getting better with age.”

I want to talk about the flesh part of it all, so we thought this would be a great parody – the butcher ad and being in a bikini – drawing attention to it and realizing that we all have the same parts.”

Pamela is currently working on her next film:   “Sex With Tommy IV.”

Catch the Pamela meat in action:


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