PETA Volunteers to Solve Trenton’s Toilet Paper Shortage

PETA is saving Trenton’s mayor’s ass—literally. An ongoing dispute between Trenton’s City Council and its mayor’s administration left city buildings on the verge of running out of toilet paper. Yes, really. When PETA caught wind of the issue, the animal rights organization offered to supply the city with six months of toilet paper. The catch, though, is that there’s an anti-meat and anti-slaughterhouse message printed on the sheets (Who needs a magazine when you can read about the mass slaughter of pigs and cows on toilet paper?). And so, the impending catastrophic toilet paper drought of 2012 was avoided.  [NBC Philadelphia]