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Guest
30-10-2007, 08:57
Restaurant Investigated for Serving Dog

A Chinese restaurant in southwest Moscow is being investigated on suspicion of rounding up dogs on the street, killing them and passing their cooked meat off to customers as lamb, city police said Monday.
Two residents went to police after seeing suspicious activity near the restaurant, located at 88 Prospekt Vernadskogo, near the Yugo-Zapadnaya metro station, police spokeswoman Irina Volk said.



Sometimes the Moscow Times has interesting articles (http://www.moscowtimes.ru/stories/2007/10/30/012.html) :)

Guest
30-10-2007, 08:58
A Chinese restaurant in southwest Moscow is being investigated on suspicion of rounding up dogs on the street, killing them and passing their cooked meat off to customers as lamb, city police said Monday.


Two residents went to police after seeing suspicious activity near the restaurant, located at 88 Prospekt Vernadskogo, near the Yugo-Zapadnaya metro station, police spokeswoman Irina Volk said.


"They reported seeing a truck pull up to the restaurant and restaurant employees unloading bags in which something was moving and whining," Volk said.


After the tip-off, undercover police officers went and posed as clients, ordering a number of dishes from the restaurant, which is located in a dormitory near Moscow State Pedagogical University and caters primarily to Chinese and Vietnamese clientele, as well as local students, Volk said.
"Tests showed that the meat being sold as lamb was actually dog meat," Volk said.


Most of the dogs were strays, and many were sick, but several of the dogs likely had owners and had merely gotten lost, she said.


The dog meat was sold as lamb to most of the restaurant's clients, but it was advertised as dog to its Chinese clientele, she said.
The consumption of dog meat is common in some parts of Asia -- particularly China and the Koreas.




Police have opened a criminal investigation in connection with the sale of dangerous food items, punishable by up to three years in prison, and could also open an investigation into charges of cruelty to animals, which carry a sentence of up to two years in prison.


"We have reason to believe that the dogs were killed in ways that were not humane," Volk said.


She said owners of the restaurant were most likely Chinese and that they had not been charged as of Monday.


Official estimates of stray dogs in the city put their number at about 26,000, and reports of people and restaurants killing strays for food are not uncommon, said Irina Novozhilova, head of the animal rights group Vita.
"We received four complaints this summer alone," Novozhilova said.


In July 2004, city police arrested Maxim Kolov, 21, and charged him with cruelty to animals for allegedly killing his landlady's dog, a 1-year-old husky-collie named Tuzik, and frying the dead animal up for him and his friend to eat.

ridcully
30-10-2007, 09:07
Restaurant Investigated for Serving Dog

A Chinese restaurant in southwest Moscow is being investigated on suspicion of rounding up dogs on the street, killing them and passing their cooked meat off to customers as lamb, city police said Monday.

Two residents went to police after seeing suspicious activity near the restaurant, located at 88 Prospekt Vernadskogo, near the Yugo-Zapadnaya metro station, police spokeswoman Irina Volk said.

Sometimes the Moscow Times has interesting articles (http://www.moscowtimes.ru/stories/2007/10/30/012.html) :)

This has just been picked up and reported on BBC radio here in the UK! Maybe the dogs should read this:
BBC NEWS | World | Americas | Dog shoots Iowa man during hunt (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/7068549.stm)

TGP
30-10-2007, 10:56
This has just been picked up and reported on BBC radio here in the UK! Maybe the dogs should read this:
BBC NEWS | World | Americas | Dog shoots Iowa man during hunt (http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/americas/7068549.stm)


I can imagine now happy BBC is.

ridcully
30-10-2007, 11:07
I can imagine now happy BBC is.

Why? :confused:

Clean32
30-10-2007, 11:26
I can imagine now happy BBC is.

why did you say that ??

WilliamFTH
30-10-2007, 23:56
why did you say that ??
Dog Meat.......many chinese love this stuff....

Korotky Gennady
31-10-2007, 01:05
Dog Meat.......many chinese love this stuff....

Really they are very strange and unhuman people. They are just barbarians.:vomit:

:eek:

SalTheReturn
31-10-2007, 01:21
Really they are very strange and unhuman people. They are just barbarians.:vomit:

:eek:

kidding arent you?:mad::mad::mad:

SalTheReturn
31-10-2007, 01:24
A Chinese restaurant in southwest Moscow is being investigated on suspicion of rounding up dogs on the street, killing them and passing their cooked meat off to customers as lamb, city police said Monday.


Two residents went to police after seeing suspicious activity near the restaurant, located at 88 Prospekt Vernadskogo, near the Yugo-Zapadnaya metro station, police spokeswoman Irina Volk said.


"They reported seeing a truck pull up to the restaurant and restaurant employees unloading bags in which something was moving and whining," Volk said.


After the tip-off, undercover police officers went and posed as clients, ordering a number of dishes from the restaurant, which is located in a dormitory near Moscow State Pedagogical University and caters primarily to Chinese and Vietnamese clientele, as well as local students, Volk said.
"Tests showed that the meat being sold as lamb was actually dog meat," Volk said.


Most of the dogs were strays, and many were sick, but several of the dogs likely had owners and had merely gotten lost, she said.


The dog meat was sold as lamb to most of the restaurant's clients, but it was advertised as dog to its Chinese clientele, she said.
The consumption of dog meat is common in some parts of Asia -- particularly China and the Koreas.




Police have opened a criminal investigation in connection with the sale of dangerous food items, punishable by up to three years in prison, and could also open an investigation into charges of cruelty to animals, which carry a sentence of up to two years in prison.


"We have reason to believe that the dogs were killed in ways that were not humane," Volk said.


She said owners of the restaurant were most likely Chinese and that they had not been charged as of Monday.


Official estimates of stray dogs in the city put their number at about 26,000, and reports of people and restaurants killing strays for food are not uncommon, said Irina Novozhilova, head of the animal rights group Vita.
"We received four complaints this summer alone," Novozhilova said.


In July 2004, city police arrested Maxim Kolov, 21, and charged him with cruelty to animals for allegedly killing his landlady's dog, a 1-year-old husky-collie named Tuzik, and frying the dead animal up for him and his friend to eat.

next time take your date to eat dog meat:respect:

Korotky Gennady
31-10-2007, 01:29
kidding arent you?:mad::mad::mad:

not a bit :vomit::vomit::vomit:


Do you eat our minor brothers too ?

SalTheReturn
31-10-2007, 02:11
not a bit :vomit::vomit::vomit:


Do you eat our minor brothers too ?

no but i do not put my nose in someone else culture, if the OMITTED likes to eat them they must be free under the values of democracy: your freedom only ends when it limits other people freedom

as concern stray dogs, they just gotta die just:
dont make it happen inn front of my eyes

moscowapt
31-10-2007, 07:32
We eat cows,
we eat pigs,
we eat chickens,
we eat fish,
Why not dogs after all!

Hawk
31-10-2007, 09:19
To own a puppy dog, to nurture it, feed it, care for it, and watch it grow into a playful and loyal friend, companion... I have been lucky to have had a few dog's in my life (ok excluding the ex ........JOKE) and these dog have an UNCONDITIONAL LOVE, they were truely devoted and loyal and would protect and defend me with their lives. They were always happy to see me, always ready to play, always ready to go for walks, always not matter what.

They were always glad to see me, drunk, sober, in the rain, when i was angry, when I was sad...

To own and know the unconditional love and friendship of a dog...... is something that people who eat them I don't believe will ever experience or understand.

Korotky Gennady
31-10-2007, 14:21
We eat cows,
we eat pigs,
we eat chickens,
we eat fish,
Why not dogs after all!

too clever... They are more clever than many people are...
:bird:

Korotky Gennady
31-10-2007, 14:23
To own a puppy dog, to nurture it, feed it, care for it, and watch it grow into a playful and loyal friend, companion... I have been lucky to have had a few dog's in my life (ok excluding the ex ........JOKE) and these dog have an UNCONDITIONAL LOVE, they were truely devoted and loyal and would protect and defend me with their lives. They were always happy to see me, always ready to play, always ready to go for walks, always not matter what.

.

I'm crying over your post... :bird:

Ghostly Presence
31-10-2007, 16:54
Really they are very strange and unhuman people. They are just barbarians.:vomit:

:eek:

I would not call them barbarians but from the dog-eating Chinese to the samurai culture of the Japanese, these are very strange folks....

Famous
31-10-2007, 22:46
Dog Meat.......many chinese love this stuff....

I think it's more like chicken than lamb - maybe that's why people noticed.. has anyone tried horse?

phoenixsampras
14-11-2007, 14:32
I think it's more like chicken than lamb - maybe that's why people noticed.. has anyone tried horse?

Argentinians eats Horse meat and its very popular in europe
Australians eats those big ants like candies
Frenchs eats snails and frog legs
Some asians countries enjoys dogs

Culinary taste is related to the culture of each country, you cant call 'barbarians' to the frenchs for eating snails!! thats a flagrant insult.

Rustralian
15-11-2007, 23:46
Australians eats those big ants like candies


:wazzup:
Maybe the native aboriginals ate them and some may still ... but as for the rest of Australia, you have watched Crocodile Dundee too many times or seen too much National Geographic ...

:bash:

Aussie Mark
18-11-2007, 00:23
From the Larson Archives...

TGP
18-11-2007, 01:06
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Miracle77777
18-11-2007, 22:18
Well....very interesting...
Thank's for pictures - they are really a good ones and funny...
But to Dmitry - can't see why do you call "barbarians" those who eating Dogs, while, as some already posted, eating very strange creatures all over the world !!
I mean - horses, for example - they aren't less beloved by humans than dogs...and even more helpful....
But... I agree with problem - we need to know what we are eating and this is really disgusting to discover dog meat instead our favouirite lamb...chicken....whatever...
But again, just because it wasn't what we had choose and not because it is dog.......
And the last - if you all (to whole the world) are so careful and kind with dogs and irritated by eating them.....Why so many poor animals just straying on the streets and suffer from your behavior?????