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arsegrapes 2:35 Tue Jun 20
Bali Chicken Satay?

An investigation has found that tourists visiting the Indonesian island of Bali are unwittingly eating dog meat.

The report by Australia's ABC found that dogs are regularly caught on the island and served up to unsuspecting tourists.

The investigation also discovered that many of the dogs are poisoned which could pose a health risk to humans who end up eating the meat.

The selling and eating of dog meat in Bali is legal, however using poison or cruel methods to kill is against the law.

Animals Australia's campaign director Lyn White said: "The dog-meat trade breaches animal cruelty laws and food safety laws. That is a statement of fact.

"Tourists will walk down a street, they'll see a street store selling satay but what they are not realising is the letters RW on the store mean it is dog meat being served."

An undercover investigator for Animals Australia spent four months infiltrating the meat-trade on the island.

He pretended to be a documentary maker filming about local cuisine, and he was eventually invited to watch how the dogs were caught.

The investigator, known only as 'Luke' said: "I began the investigation by pinpointing and getting to know the key players in Bali's completely unregulated dog-meat industry. Eventually, they invited me to join them as their gangs stole, hunted, poisoned and killed dogs."

He eventually met Pak Puris, 83, who kills the dogs with a metal pole, he told the investigator that he doesn't eat dog because "it makes him want to vomit".

He has been killing dogs for 30 years and in that time, he has culled thousands – a job he said he had to do because he was too old to do anything else.

On another occasion, Luke joined a group of hunters who used fish laced with cyanide to kill dogs. On this occasion, Luke turned off his camera for the first time as a puppy died after several "agonising minutes."

It is thought that the tradition of eating dogs didn't exist on the island until the arrival of Chinese immigrants.

The Bali Animal Welfare Association are working hard to try and cut down on the illegal mistreatment of dogs, but they currently have only 150 dogs in care, compared to the estimated 70,000 that are slaughtered each year.

White said: "This is not about laying blame. This is about unnecessary cruelty that puts the human health population at risk and is causing shocking animal cruelty, it also is breaching Bali laws. We are certainly also willing to partner with the Bali government to bring about positive solution here."

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Northern Sold 6:14 Tue Jun 20
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We never got our Empire by eating our dogs or our steeds.... we got it by drinking tea and playing cricket

Fivetide 5:54 Tue Jun 20
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Brits and Irish have a stronger taboo on horse and dog meat than any other nation by some way and have done for millennia. And that's fair enough.

Northern Sold 5:11 Tue Jun 20
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Never trust anyone or any nation that eats canines.... or horses....

Gavros 5:06 Tue Jun 20
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the chinese government has a programme of education for chinese going abroad....telling them its not alright to gob snot all over the place chuck shit on the floor and all the other things they do naturally at home. thais, malays, Indonesians, Philippinos etc etc cant stand them.

Joe C 4:59 Tue Jun 20
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Fucking Chinese are mental and rank. Was in Malaysia last year, the disgusting fuckers were trampling over a coral reef and picking up crabs, which they took back to their rooms and boiled in their kettles!

It was an all-inclusive resort!

It was much better when they were being oppressed and not able to travel anywhere, now anywhere you go you have to put up with their cunt behaviour

Worst Case Ontario 3:34 Tue Jun 20
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"Man Bites Dog" news, indeed.

J.Riddle 2:56 Tue Jun 20
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Gavros 2:48 Tue Jun 20
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It does happen. they also like to eat snakes that have just had their head lopped off and are still wriggling and some places fry the fishes body (not the head) while still alive so the fuckers can tuck into it which its still trying to breathe

Fivetide 2:44 Tue Jun 20
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Reply Toe Rag 2:32 Tue Jun 20

That place in China would be your sofa last time you watched Indiana Jones & The Temple of Doom.

For afters they throw you in a pit of snakes.

Toe Rag 2:32 Tue Jun 20
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They clamp monkey's in to tables with holes in then slice the tops of their heads off and eat the brains out with a spoon whilst the poor little fuckers are still alive in some places in China.

Absolute wrong'uns.

Sven Roeder 2:30 Tue Jun 20
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So it's legal and the restaurants involved have the letters RW (Rovers Willie?) on the building

Not really sure what the problem is.

Gavros 2:18 Tue Jun 20
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the Chinese will eat anything. I was at a posh dinner once and one Chinese bird picked up a lobsters head and started munching on it.

roltrader 2:06 Tue Jun 20
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These food hawker stalls can be a dog eat dog business ?

Swiss. 2:00 Tue Jun 20
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The perpetrators need to be hounded down.

boleyn8420 1:37 Tue Jun 20
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As long as its not served with Collie-flower or even German Shepherds-pie

Fivetide 1:29 Tue Jun 20
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Gavros 1:10 Tue Jun 20

Yeah, damn Aussies.

Fivetide 1:27 Tue Jun 20
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Sounds like all they need to do is make sure they call it Dog Satay, and they're good to go.

All animals are slaughtered before they become meat, and chickens are more pleasant animals than dogs anyway :)

Other countries are generally just more open and honest about the way they value and treat animals than we are. Most people here are happy never making a connection between the meat on their plate and the conditions in which that animal lived and died.

Living wild then being hit by a metal bar is better than most get.

Gavros 1:10 Tue Jun 20
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lies predicated by essentially imperialist racists.

roltrader 12:57 Tue Jun 20
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Do they serve it with Pekingese sauce ??

Northern Sold 12:37 Tue Jun 20
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The good old Yulin dog festival in China starts this week.... never have there been a more backward mob than the Tiddly's .... heard this week of a group of Tibetan Monks hijack a lorry load of dogs due to the festival ... well done the Monks


Sniper 10:45 Tue Jun 20
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Oh come on soldo, you're always saying how much you love dogs. Are you sure you haven't had a big mouthful of hot dog meat before...?

Swt of course - is have no problem with this if it was bastard cats but you leave dogs alone

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