Chinese Company Slaughters Whale to Serve at Canteen

By That's, January 10, 2017

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A Chinese company in Jiangxi has come under fire after shocking footage circulating online revealed that they had slaughtered a huge whale to serve at the office cafeteria.

The eight-tonne whale was captured on January 5 and butchered by the canteen chefs. Footage of the slaughter circulated on the popular video-sharing platform, Miaopai. 

In the video, one chef is shown sharpening his knife while two others are shown attempting to saw off the tale.

(Warning: graphic images and video ahead).

Chinese Company Slaughters Whale to Serve at Canteen

Chinese Company Slaughters Whale to Serve at Canteen

Chinese Company Slaughters Whale to Serve at Canteen

Chinese Company Slaughters Whale to Serve at Canteen

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As whales are a protected species in China, local agricultural authorities have announced that they are investigating the case.

"Fishing, trading and transportation is not illegal but it must have the appropriate conditions," a staff member of the Jiangxi Provincial Agriculture Department Fishery Bureau told People's Daily.

[Images via People's Daily]

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