Caution: Graphic images. Some people like their beef blue but we think that it may be taking things a little too far. The next time you tuck into your rare beef steak you may want to think twice - in case anything like this ever happens.
This footage shows how a chunk of meat hanging in the butchers to move realistic, despite of being killed and skinned. The meat can be seen pulsating in some areas as it swings from the hook on the roof of Tagaytay Market in Phillipines.
Most people claim that a piece of meat twitching indicates freshness. This is basically a phenomenon caused by nerves still firing and causing muscles to move, which could occur for a time after the death of the central nervous system.
The clip is uploaded to YouTube by Jaime Tolentino and take the meat of the move for around three minutes or so before it cuts off. More than 304,000 people have now viewed the footage.