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James Cromwell Superglued Himself to Starbucks Counter for PETA Protest

In the News

It was more like starstuck than starbuck when Mr Cromwell decided to glue himself to their counter in Manhattan to protest against the price of the vegan milk they were charging

I wonder if one of the staff tried offering him a coffee to go to try to get rid of him ?

He probably would have said no, i will stick around for a bit longer

globalnews.ca/news/8826285/james-cromwell-superglues-hand-starbucks-milk/

telmel
a week ago
What do you think of this?
MelissaLee1963
MelissaLee1963a week ago

Bit of an eco warrior this fella. Hope it wasn't collagen horse glue T Image

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telmel
telmela week ago

MelissaLee1963 I was thinking the same M, ironic if it was

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ACR
ACRa week ago

I like him as an actor. He's had a long career and has had many good roles - he often plays a bad guy...

Surely there are more pressing animal welfare issues to protest about. In the UK, Starbucks stopped charging more for dairy alternative milks earlier this year. It's something Starbucks may have already been considering doing in the USA before PETA got involved.

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telmel
telmela week ago

ACR I think he was just milking it A 😇

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TheChimp
TheChimpa week ago

Keep him glued there until he starts sh*ting and p*ssing himself.

We'll can see how happy he is then.

PETA is a disgrace.

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dawarwick
dawarwicka week ago

Maybe after this escape his reputation will become unstuck

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Nadiaparveen
Nadiaparveena week ago

Peta are like the vegetarian extremists

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BonzoBanana
BonzoBananaa week ago

I would of thought too that there was bigger fish to fry. Recent studies have shown that chicken McNuggets at McDonalds contain microplastics. They are in chicken faeces which make up a small amount of chicken McNuggets it seems. Not only does this show horrific conditions for the chickens but poor hygiene of the food and perhaps more importantly an unknown health effect of humans eating plastics. I would of thought this was a more important issue for PETA to get their teeth into so to speak.

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