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Stomachs turned at a Chinese restaurant in Kentucky last week when in the middle of enjoying a buffet lunch, customers noticed a rubbish bin full of roadkill being wheeled into the kitchen.

Locals and regulars of the Red Flower Restaurant in Williamsburg couldn't believe their eyes as they watched the owner's son and an employee pushing a clumsily concealed deer carcass through the dining room as it dripped blood all over the floor.

In a useless attempt to avoid unwanted attention, the men had tried to hide the dead animal under a box, but to all watching, the shocking truth was plain to see.

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hmmmm.......... 'everyday low prices'...????


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from a Tele post, "Locals and regulars of the Red Flower Restaurant in Williamsburg couldn't believe their eyes as they watched the owner's son and an employee pushing a clumsily concealed deer carcass through the dining room as it dripped blood all over the floor."


Hilarious! Why did they push it through the dining room? What a bunch of maroons! Like the three stooges. They should have brought it in the back way and been more sneaky. That's what I would have done.

I've butchered and eaten quite a few road kill deer. Yum!

Artie
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I never see any dogs and cats running around by my chinese restaurant of choice.

Curious, that.

Jedi
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ahhhh Jedi, thank you for the segue-way into allowing others on this delightful board to share enjoyment in listening to the following song. :)


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOy2QCssTaI
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I don't trust the Chinese with anything. Period.

LuckyDog
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ooops, I say this because they have poisoned their own people and dogs, their standards for purity and truth have been quite low and easily manipulated.
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Yes ma'am, I'm very good at segue-waying, but a gentleman never tells.

JediG
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