Kelly Brook, an English model, actor, entrepreneur, television presenter and Playboy model has done it again. She has no inhibitions getting naked, but this time she shed her clothes to slither in a snakeskin for a new PETA campaign.
The bootylicious actor has gone nude with only snake print painted on her skin to back up her claim "Animals Belong in the Wild, Not in Your Wardrobe." This is her way of protesting against cruelty to snakes, lizards and alligators who are skinned alive.
The 31-year-old revealed, 'It makes my skin crawl to think about the violent ways snakes, lizards, alligators and other exotic creatures are raised and killed for boots, bags and belts. Our message is to support the designers who are creative without being destructive, and go for the great fakes that pay tribute to the animals' beauty without killing them," reports Daily Mail.
Though this time PETA has given Kelly a license to go nude, she has also bared all for Exhibition magazine earlier.