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PETA: Mock Anthony Weiner with veggie dogs, not hot dogs

Aug. 22, 2013 at 4:10 PM   |   Comments

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NEW YORK, Aug. 22 (UPI) -- An animal rights group is asking the maker of hot dogs designed to poke fun at New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner to offer a vegetarian option.

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals sent a letter to marketing executive Randall Richards of Orlando, Fla., who teamed with an Illinois company to create Carlos Danger Weiners -- designed to poke fun at Anthony Weiner's sexing scandal using his own made-up name.

The letter said the cholesterol and saturated animal fat in the hot dogs slows down the flow of blood to the body's organs, including the sexual organs.

"Playing on the double entendre of Anthony Weiner's name to sell a product that can contribute to impotence in men is like selling an energy drink that puts you to sleep," PETA Senior Vice President of Campaigns Dan Mathews said. "Meat hot dogs cause misery to the animals they're made from, and they're bad for the humans who eat them. So Mr. Richards should start selling Carlos Danger Veggie Weiners."

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