Pamela Anderson Just Like Pregnant: She likes to feel the sand between her toes and it seems Pamela Anderson doesn't mind a bit of grit either. The ex-Baywatch star visited a gas station in her bare feet, wearing a shapeless white dress that hid every curve of her famous body. Looking unkempt in the see-through dress, Pamela obviously didn't feel the need to protect her feet from the oil and dirt-covered gas station ground.
And it's clear the actress hadn't bothered to so much as brush her hair before leaving the house. Pamela's look is in direct contrast to her appearance in a recent PETA ad poster where she looks every inch the sexy lifeguard she portrayed in her Baywatch heyday.
In the controversial poster, Pamela poses in a skimpy bikini with her entire body covered in paint markings that mimic a butcher's diagram. Her flesh is marked 'breast', 'ribs' and 'rump' and the caption reads 'All animals have the same parts. Have a heart, go vegetarian.'The ad was banned in Canada after Montreal officials refused to grant a permit, branding the poster 'sexist'.
And Canadian born Anderson was shocked by the decision, saying: 'In a city that is known for it's exotic dancing and for being progressive and edgy, how sad that a woman would be banned from using her own body in a political protest. 'In some parts of the world women are forced to cover their whole bodies with burqas- is that next? I didn't think Canada would be so puritanical.'And PETA's senior Vice President Dan Matthews added: 'I think that city officials are looking at this lovely ad and confusing "sexy" with "sexist".