Comedian Rodney Dangerfield used to complain, "I get no respect." Tiger Woods can relate.
His image took a hit after his numerous affairs became public.
First it was the late-night comedians. Then online websites started putting his apology to music.
Now the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has jumped on the bandwagon.
PETA plans to feature Woods in its latest billboard by urging pet owners to get their animals' fixed.
The billboard reads "Too much sex can be a bad thing...for little tigers too. Help keep your cats (and dogs) out of trouble: Always spay or neuter!"
PETA hopes to start running the billboards in the coming weeks.
However there might be an issue. Tiger Woods is not affiliated with the animal rights group nor did he endorse the ad.
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