Dear Mr. Bieber,
All of us at Mercy For Animals were saddened to hear of the egg-throwing incident that occurred at your neighbor's home last night. We understand police are currently investigating and that you are the chief suspect.
While some may think that throwing eggs is a funny, victimless prank, nothing could be further from the truth.
Those who have their property damaged from egg throwing aren't the only victims. The sad fact is that factory farmed eggs are produced by some of the most abused animals on the planet.
So, as you take a load off while the police raid your home, I invite you to take a moment and learn about how eggs, like the ones you allegedly tossed, come into existence.
It all begins in a hatchery where egg-laying hens are born. Here, baby chicks are immediately separated according to sex after they hatch. Because males don't lay eggs, they are considered useless to the industry.
They are killed by suffocation in plastic bags or ground up alive in machines called macerators.