PETA Hero Saves Four Eggs From Certain Death
TIJUANA, MEXICO (The Global Edition) – Gustavo Sanchez, a 29-year-old member of animal rights organization PETA, managed today to save four eggs from certain death.
As unofficial sources say, Mr. Sanchez reacted instinctively in a effort that couldn’t be described as nothing less than an “act of pure bravery”, jumped from a moving car, ripped the hen house gate open with his bare hands and placed himself between Maria Luis Delgado (75) and the four eggs, preventing the old lady from causing any harm to the unprotected young lives.
“Like every other morning, I’ve got up and went straight to the hen house to collect the eggs which I later on sell at the market, but something went awfully wrong today. When I entered and started to gather the eggs, some maniac jumped me, showered me with red paint, started screaming some gibberish and called me a murderer,” said Mrs. Delgado, still traumatized by the happening.
These horrific events were seen by two more members of the Delgado family who tried to intervene, but Mr. Sanchez, even though injured from jumping out of the moving car, managed to resist their pressure as well and still keep the eggs safe by throwing rocks and swinging fists at these “attackers”.
For acts of conspicuous courage in circumstances of extreme peril, PETA awarded Gustavo Sanchez a medal of honor and decided to create a small monument with his name on it, so he could “stand as a role model for all other animal friends all over the world”.
Following his heroic actions, Mr. Sanchez issued a statement explaining that PETA believes that life begins at conception, “because an egg has been fertilized and is on its way to becoming a living, breathing, feathered chicken.”