Having successfully convinced SeaWorld to stop its illicit practice of masturbating sperm whales using water-filled cow vaginas, let's just say, so we don't have to go check, Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee and his thick, 8-inch conscience have another demand for the aquatic theme park: Stop tormenting its sea creatures with Mötley Crüe songs. Lee—along with PETA, who was like, "Oh, you're writing an angry letter? Here, have a logo!"—recently fired off a missive to SeaWorld San Diego, saying that the music it plays during its "Shamu Rocks" shows is harming the wildlife, in addition to the concept of "rocking." In his letter, Lee says, "I’m writing to ask you not to play any Mötley Crüe songs at any of SeaWorld’s parks during this sad show," adding, “Although we like to torture the human fans who willingly come to our shows, we don’t want to be a part of making innocent animals’ lives hellish." Ha ha, he is self-aware that Mötley Crüe is horrible now. Anyway, SeaWorld has yet to respond, likely because it is still busy figuring out how to stage Shamu's big stripper pole number without using "Girls Girls Girls."