A BRIGHOUSE woman shed her clothes for the second time in a month to fight for animal rights.
Pregnant Lynzi Waddington joined another supporter of protest group PETA in a lunchtime protest outside Jamie Oliver’s London restaurant, Fifteen.
Lynzi and Hollie Bryant, of Wales, protested under a banner that read “Unhappy Mother's Day for British Pigs – Go Vegetarian’’.
Both women are heavily pregnant and were protesting over Oliver’s promotion of British pork, even though he has criticised some farming methods.
Lynzi and Hollie wore only flesh-coloured underwear and crouched down on all fours in crates, to signify the way sows are allegedly treated while they are pregnant.
A spokesman for PETA said: “On UK factory farms, pregnant sows are squeezed into narrow metal stalls barely larger than their own bodies.
“They are confined this way from a week before they give birth until their babies are approximately four-weeks-old. The sows are unable to turn around, nuzzle their newborns or do anything else that they would naturally do”
Lynzi said: “By squeezing my pregnant body into this crate, I hope to help people envision how cruelly sows are treated on factory farms.
“PETA is asking people to have a heart for animal mums this time of the year and avoid meat that comes from such misery”.
The celebrity chef has condemned the use of the metal sow stalls.
His British Pork campaign followed a TV investigation into farming methods across Europe.
Oliver demonstrated how European welfare standards differ from those in the UK, focusing on sow stalls and castration.
A spokesman for Oliver said: “Jamie was uncompromising in his condemnation of sow stalls, which are still used in Europe but illegal in the UK”.