Peta wants plucking goose feathers to be banned.
The latest whacky request emerged at a protest outside a bed store.
The claim plucking feathers from geese is cruel and activists gathered outside Los Angeles store Bed, Bath & Beyond to make their point.
Onlookers simply chuckled as an activist dressed as a plucked goose urged shoppers to boycott the store.
But they were generally ignored as a steady stream of shoppers emerged from the store with duvets and other bedroom items.
One said: “So long as the geese are looked after properly I don’t have a problem.
“I think most people feel the same way.
“Peta is just going too far now – have they no respect for other people’s opinions and rights?”
Duvets are made with down from goose feathers.
Peta executive vice president Tracy Reiman said: “Peta is calling on Bed Bath & Beyond to remove products filled with the feathers of battered birds from its shelves and to go 100 percent down-free.”