China Market Scandal: China Sells Human Flesh As Beef
Some disturbing photos appeared on Facebook, and a scandal was revealed, the Daily Mail reports. The disturbing story begins with the appearance of some photos on the social networks. Those photos were from the meat factory, and represent human bodies.
People who work in those factories have confirmed this.
According to the media reports, in China there is no enough space for body storage, but other media write that this is all the result of the practice of preserving some good meat for the wealthy countries.
The ambassador in Zambia claimed this information to be false, explaining that the media just spread some rumors. He says that the information that the Chinese use human flesh and sell it like beef in Africa is completely incorrect.
The man explains that the people responsible for the spreading of this information actually want to destroy the good relations between China and Zambia.
Some people have written on Facebook that human flesh is being sold from China as beef and is being sent to Africa. These people suggest that people avoid beef unless it is a confirmed brand on the market, particularly the brands with African and Afro-Asian country mixed commodity.
Snopes has discovered the truth behind the photos published on the social networks. According to him, these photos were made with the purpose of marketing campaign for a video-game, Resident Evil 6 from 2012. In the photos, there are dead bodies, but the photos are taken in London’s Smithfield market.
There were other stories leaked under the name Vesker & Sin Resident Evil Human Butchery, according to which meat was given to the costumers in the form of human body.
There were requirements from the Chinese ambassador to the authorities to analyze the cases carefully, and the Deputy Minister of Defense of Zambia apologizes for the inconveniences.
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