PETA says advertising firms have rejected their attempt to put up a billboard that would have used images of a mother pig and piglet to play on an Ohio case of a woman convicted of cooking her baby in a microwave oven, the Dayton Daily News reports.
The billboard planned for Dayton would have shown images of the pigs next to an image of a person putting a pork chop in a microwave. PETA wanted the ad to say: "Everybody's somebody's baby. Go vegan."
China Arnold, of Dayton, was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole for the 2005 microwave murder of her 28-day-old daughter, Paris Talley.