Che Guevara's Granddaughter Poses Topless for PETA

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Just yesterday, 

PETA tried to jump on the coattails of the cat killer case

by pushing their anti-dissection agenda, but we've got a feeling the fallout from their latest stunt is really going to make certain corners of Miami explode with outrage. 

They've convinced Lydia Guevara, granddaughter of Che and a vegetarian, to pose topless for a campaign with stylistic nods to her infamous granddad. In a preview pic obtained by El Mundo, Lydia is decked out in Che's famous red beret, a set of carrots displayed like bullets in a bandoleer covering her breasts, and holding up a fist. 

The campaign, PETA's first foray into Spanish marketing, will debut later this year in South America, and an English version is planned. No word on whether they plan on putting a billboard up over Calle Ocho. 

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