Hollywood celebrity Pamela Anderson has urged US President Barack Obama to legalise drugs to reduce its misuse among youngsters.
"I sent a letter to Obama, who I think is a great president, asking him to liberalise all of them (drugs). I think people would use fewer drugs if they were legal," Pamela has been quoted as saying by thesun.co.uk.
Incidentally, Anderson had recently even fired off a letter to India's Prime Minister Manmohan Singh pledging to urge people worldwide to reject all leather products. She had asked people never to buy leather shoes, jackets or anything else made of animal skin, in order to help put an end to the suffering.
The 43-year-old actress has arrived in India and is going to participate in Indian reality show Bigg Boss 4. She will be on the show for three days as a guest.
Well, it certainly seems that Anderson, who is an activist for the PETA has taken a lot to writing to Heads of States for promoting certain causes, whether it be animal rights or human rights 'to drugs'. Now, that's one interesting similarity!
(With inputs from HTC)