Saturday, June 4, 2016

Scandal: China Sells Human Flesh As Beef…

Facebook appeared crane bizarre and disturbing photos that claim to be from China, and which is seen human flesh that is allegedly sold as meat product in Africa, reported Daily Mail.

Scandal: China Sells Human Flesh As Beef…

The story began after mass were shared photos from the meat factory on social networks, which are seen flayed human bodies, and to encourage this avalanche serve the press in Zambia who announced their texts said by people who worked in these factories.
According to the media until this idea came after China snemuvalo space to store dead bodies, while others say that it was done to preserve the “good meat” for rich countries. But China’s ambassador to Zambia strongly denies these stories:

Localy Tabloid today spread rumors that the Chinese used human flesh and sold as beef and Africa. This is totally malicious slander and absolutely unacceptable to us. We hereby express our greatest indignation and condemnation of acute over such an act, said Chinese Ambassador to Zambia, Yang Iouming.

In his statement he said that they deliberately placed by people who wanted to ruin longstanding good relations between Zambia and China.

Chinese people Sold dead instead of beef and send them to Africa. Please avoid beef regardless of the brand, especially in markets with African and Afro -Asian country mixed commodity wrote a Facebook user.

But soon the deception surrounding these photos was revealed the site They say that the photos are marketing campaign for a video game Resident Evil 6 of 2012. years. The images that appear and who see dead skinned bodies incurred for the filming of advertising in London’s Smithfield market.

On the other side, then sprang up fake stores under the name Vesker & Sin Resident Evil Human Butchery and meat sold in the form of a human body.

However, China’s ambassador to Zambia urged the authorities to investigate these allegations, and Deputy Minister of Defence of Zambia apologized on behalf of the country.