Could Chloe be Queen Veggie?
PUBLISHED: 12:13 16 February 2006 | UPDATED: 09:40 06 May 2010
A VEGGIE beauty has won her way through to the final of a competition to find Europe s Sexiest Vegetarian. Chloe Mosley, a 22-year-old student, of High Street, Baldock, was entered into the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) competition by her
A VEGGIE beauty has won her way through to the final of a competition to find Europe's Sexiest Vegetarian.
Chloe Mosley, a 22-year-old student, of High Street, Baldock, was entered into the People for Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) competition by her boyfriend Lee.
The competition aims to find the sexiest male and female vegetarians across Europe, and Chloe is one of 25 finalists from hundreds of entries.
She said: "I can't believe it. I'm a bit embarrassed by it all and not many people know. My boyfriend thinks it's really good and he's trying to tell everyone.
"My mum thinks it's a good idea as she thinks it's cruel to eat animals, and my brother thinks the same."
Chloe, who owns a horse called Jake and rabbits called Thumper and Patch, has been a vegetarian for three years and admitted she never really liked meat.
"I'm trying to turn Lee into a veggie and it could be working," she said.
"He's gone off one or two things."
As well as attempting to change his diet she thanked him for entering her into the competition which could win her £350 worth of prizes.
PETA's Europe coordinator Lauren Bowey said: "Take one look at our radiant line-up of sexy vegetarian finalists and it's clear that they're all winners."
Chloe has been invited by PETA to campaign against the annual bull running in the Spanish city of Pamplona during July.
She said: "Some protesters run naked through the streets but I'll probably avoid that!"
The result of the search for Europe's Sexiest Vegetarian will be announced in about a month based on the number of votes each of the finalists gets.
You can vote for Chloe at http://www.peta.org.uk/feat/euro-sexiest06-vote.asp
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