After seeing some photos that show the owner of Jimmy John’s restaurant posing with animals killed on different trophy hunting expeditions, numerous people claim that they will never eat at this restaurant again.

Full disclosure, what you’re about to see might be disturbing.

According to Business Insider, Jimmy John Liataud has been to Africa on several occasions to participate in big game hunting. Some of the animals he has haunted are zebras, leopard, rhinos, and elephants.

As you can see, Liataud has posed next to a dead black rhino, which, according to Real Farmacy, is ‘gravely endangered’. It has been said that the license that Mr. Liataud bought to kill the beast costs $350,000.

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Here is another image in which Liataud poses with an elephant.

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Only in the period between 2011 and 2014, poachers killed a staggering number of 100,000 elephants. As National Geographic claims, the beasts’ popularity among game hunters has contributed to bringing these animals to the brink of extinction. According to some experts’ estimations, elephants in Africa could be totally extinct by 2020.

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Here is a video that shows more of the controversial photos from Mr. Jimmy John’s African adventures.

Is this surprising to some of you? Is it bad enough for you to stop eating at Jimmy John’s? let us know in the comment section.

Sources:
Huffington Post
National Geographic
Business Insider
Jezebel.com

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After seeing some photos that show the owner of Jimmy John’s restaurant posing with animals killed on different trophy hunting expeditions, numerous people claim that they will never eat at this restaurant again. Full disclosure, what you’re about to see might be disturbing. According to Business Insider, Jimmy John Liataud has...