Vegetarian rocker Chrissie Hynde slashed leather jackets in a Gap window display with a knife after the clothing giant asked to use her song EVERYBODY IN LEATHER in an advertisement, according to a new book. The Pretenders star infamously vandalised leather clothing in a New York City branch of The Gap in 2000. According to People For The Ethical Treatment Of Animals' vice president DAN MATTHEWS' new autobiography COMMITTED: A RABBLE ROUSER'S MEMOIR, Hynde was responding to an offer of $100,000 (GBP51,300) to use Everybody In Leather in an advertising campaign.