Thursday, February 13, 2014

Human or Horse Meat

Several markets in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor are selling human and horse meat as daging.  The meat are sold RM2 - RM5 cheaper than beef.
Malaysian traders and food operators do not care the kind of meat they purchase as long as they are cheap.
In Taman Maluri, a home cum restaurant do serve such meat as beef.  
I notice many Malaysians lack the ability to know the taste and texture of real beef.
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IF you thought eating horse meat was bad, spare a thought for these diners.
Two freshly severed human heads wrapped in cellophane were reportedly discovered at a hotel restaurant which served human flesh, according to a Nigerian newspaper.
Police officers apparently made the grim discovery after receiving a tip-off about the eatery in the state of Anambra, Nigeria.
Authorities, who also seized two AK-47 guns and other weapons, said roasted human head was even on the menu, it has been reported.
A pastor, who is thought to have visited the restaurant, is quoted as saying: ‘I went to the hotel early this year, after eating, I was told that a lump of meat was being sold at N700, I was surprised.
‘So I did not know it was human meat that I ate at such expensive price.
Are you sure that’s a beef burger? Human flesh was apparently served at a restaurant in Nigeria: Pic: PAAre you sure that’s a beef burger? Human flesh was apparently served at a restaurant in Nigeria: Pic: PA‘What is this country turning into? Can you imagine people selling human flesh as meat.
‘Seriously I’m beginning to fear people in this part of the world. ‘
Another resident told the newspaper: ‘I always noticed funny movements in and out of the hotel. I was not surprised when the police made this discovery.’
The restaurant was shut down and 11 people were arrested following a police tip-off about the unusual menu items, according to tabloid the Osun Defender.




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