SeaWorld used an employee to infiltrate and spy on PETA

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ORLANDO, FL – In a world, where spies can be anywhere, diabolically disguised as one of us, or one of you, comes a tale that at first seems all wet.

Okay, mostly wet, and that’s because it comes from SeaWorld.

The sea-creature theme park people now say one of its employees went undercover to infiltrate People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals protesting the way SeaWorld treats its critters.

SeaWorld’s admission came after PETA people accused them of spying last year.

SeaWorld big fish, Joel Manby, says they used spies “to maintain the safety and security of company employees, customers, and animals in the face of credible threats.”

PETA say one cleverly disguised spy posted messages on social media urging people to burn the parks and drain the orca tanks.

SeaWorld placed the employee on administrative leave then transferred him to another department.

SeaWorld didn’t say where he’s working now, but he’s probably too well-disguised to be noticed.

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