Geoffrey Mcallister, Deseret News
Ruth McEwan, left, of Salt Lake City, looks on with disapproval Friday as two PETA protesters, Ashley Byrne of Washington, D.C., and Cassandra Callaghan of Florida, bathe on the corner of Main and North Temple. "It's disgusting," said McEwan, who had just left the Salt Lake Temple. The protesters were covered by a banner reading, "1 lb. of meat = 6 months of showers." PETA says U.N. scientists have determined that raising animals for food generates more greenhouse gas emissions than all the cars, SUVs, trucks and planes in the world.

Ruth McEwan, left, of Salt Lake City, looks on with disapproval Friday as two PETA protesters, Ashley Byrne of Washington, D.C., and Cassandra Callaghan of Florida, bathe on the corner of Main and North Temple. "It's disgusting," said McEwan, who had just left the Salt Lake Temple. The protesters were covered by a banner reading, "1 lb. of meat = 6 months of showers." PETA says U.N. scientists have determined that raising animals for food generates more greenhouse gas emissions than all the cars, SUVs, trucks and planes in the world.