PETA release shocking Christmas jumper featuring a bloodied sheep

Christmas is coming and what better way to celebrate by donning a hideous festive jumper and getting tipsy under the mistletoe.

Every year woolly specimens that claim to be clothing start to appear on relatives, colleagues and friends who insist on spreading cheer. However, this year you can shock the baubles off partygoers with the Christmas jumper that literally aims to end all Christmas jumpers.

What are we on about? Well, animal rights charity PETA have just released a a wearable monstrosity with an important message.

The limited edition jumper is sure to stun any room into silence for it features a giant 3D sheep underneath a PETA logo and the slogan ‘Wool hurts’. The sheep is not a festive fluffy friend but instead bloody and mangled, with the front half of the the animal protruding from the stomach of the wearer and its rear out the back of the sweater. Cheery!

The launch of the oh so christmassy round-necked jumper is part of a much larger anti-wool campaign by PETA, which stands for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. Their efforts also include trying to get high street store Forever 21 to stop selling clothes made out wool. The item that PETA is selling is made out of 100% acrylic yarn, a man-made alternative to wool.

The products description on the website reads: “This is part of PETA’s campaign against the wool industry, where workers have been caught beating, kicking, stomping on, and even killing gentle sheep in shearing sheds.

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“With the help of celebrities such as Billie Eilish and P!nk, PETA is calling on shoppers (and retailers like Forever 21) to help sheep by switching to cruelty-free knits.”

So will you be a sheep this year and wear a traditional kitsch Christmas jumper, or will you go against the grain and rock a bruised and bloodied mammal? If you are willing to make the statement it doesn’t come cheap, for the garment will set you back quite a bit.

It costs $149, which translates to £116 from the PETA online store and that is without shipping costs from the US. Additionally, the charity is also selling a ‘Gobble Veggies, Not Turkeys’ inflatable lawn ornament and ‘Beauty Without Bunnies’ beanie hat this holiday season.

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