PETA slams Playboy model for using animals as “selfie accessories”

A PLAYBOY cover model who shared a video of a lemur burrowing in her cleavage has been slammed by PETA for using the animal as an accessory.

By Jacob Dirnhuber, November 16, 2019, The Sun

Stunning Francia James, who was on the cover of Playboy Africa in May this year, shared a video on her Instagram of the lemur getting frisky as she toured a zoo in Webster, Florida.

She has since come under fire from PETA after she was accused of coaxing the primate by placing an item of food on herself before she began recording.

The model, from Manizales, Colombia, was trying to carry the lemur on her shoulders when it dived into her shirt.

A hilarious clip shows her screaming: “Oh my god, what should I do?” as it burrows into her bra.

Francia, who now lives in Miami and works as a full-time content creator, then falls over a lawn chair as the creature sprints off in the opposite direction.

Posting the video to her 3.2m Instagram followers, Francia joked: “Did y’all know Lemurs were this frisky?

“How would you act the first time meeting me?”