King Charles

Ingrid Newkirk, founder of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA), recently amended her will with a number of requests designed to continue her animal rights campaign after her death.
According to a PETA statement, in her last will and testament, which was drafted 20 years ago but updated this week, PETA’s founder bequeathed a piece of her neck to King Charles, some of her bare skin to the Ministry of Defence, and one of her broken legs to be displayed during the Grand National, among other body parts to be sent off in various directions when the time comes.