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Saturday, 24 November 2012

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The FETA offices are located in The Mickey Mantle Building in Manhattan.

NEW YORK CITY - Lately it seems that Lady Gaga has been sharing the entertainment news front pages with Lindsay Lohan, Taylor Swift, and Lady Gaga.

Lady Gaga recently performed before a sold-out crowd at The Voodoo Arena in New Orleans. Reports are that about 143 individuals filed complaints with the concert promoters.

It appears that they were not at all happy that Lady Gaga had appeared on stage wearing a bathing suit that was made entirely out of tuna fish.

Needless to say word quickly got back to The Federation for the Exemplary Treatment of Animals (FETA) and now the FETA organization is fit to be tied (no pun intended).

FETA spokesperson Twyla Jolene Cooperhorn asked Hollywood Innuendo reporter Fajita San Guacamole why it is that these celebrity divas and prima donnas feel that they can just go around wearing clothes made from every kind of animal and bird known to man.

Miss Cooperhorn, who is 39, and has never been married, further added that just last week Chelsea Handler was seen at a Vicious Guppy Seafood Diner in Avocado Heights wearing a coat that was made out of entirely, of all things, jellyfish tentacles.

The restaurant's assistant manager asked Miss Handler to kindly remove her coat or she would not be be served.

The dishwater blonde comedian made an obscene hand gesture and said that it was okay with her because she really did not want any yucky seafood and said that she actually had a craving for bean tamales which she would get next door at the Enchanted Enchilada Restaurant.

SIDENOTE: FETA has asked Lady Gaga to apologize for wearing the tuna fish dress out in public and wants her to promise to never wear it out in public again. Lady Gaga, in a sarcastic tone, replied that she will apologize when FETA pays her the $3,917 that she paid for the outfit.

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