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Monday, 18 August 2014

CAT VINDALOO : BAG OF CAT HEADS FOUND IN MANCHESTERS ‘CURRY MILE’

Can i have a Cat vindaloo curry please……

Council workers in Manchester have found a bin bag containing Cat heads in a heavy Islamized area of Manchester known as ‘Curry Mile’ due to the amount of halal take-aways and curry houses on the stretch of road.

“At this stage we have no way of knowing how these animal parts came to be where they were discovered “
You don’t have to be a genius work that one out!!!!!

Wilmslow Road, Rushome known as Manchester’s ‘Curry Mile’ 1 mile of Muslim owned take aways and curry restaurants in heavily Islamized area
Bin bag full of cat heads dumped on busy Manchester street
A bin bag full of Cat heads has been found on a street in Manchester.Published: Sat, August 16, 2014 Daily Express
The cat heads were found in the dumped bin bag by council workers
Furious council bosses have launched an urgent investigation to find those responsible.The bag containing the animal remains was found off Wilmslow Road in Rusholme, close to the city’s famous Curry Mile.Council workers were called to the area after residents complained of fly-tipping.According to the Manchester Evening News, a memo read that the content in the bag was ‘cat heads’.
Stephen Woods, Chairman at Wythenshawe and Sale East Conservative Association, said the council need to take action.
“We were all absolutely flabbergasted when we found out about this.
“It’s absolutely disgraceful the way they have been treated.” 
Council workers found the bag close to Walmer Street in Manchester 
The council said the “distressing and sickening” incident is now under investigation.A Manchester city council spokesman said: 
“A member of our team was called to an address in Rusholme earlier today and discovered a fly-tipped black bin liner containing animal remains. 
“This is obviously an incredibly distressing and sickening incident which we are now looking into but this is the first incident of its kind we have come across.“At this stage we have no way of knowing how these animal parts came to be where they were discovered but we will be contacting the RSPCA as this is clearly an extreme example of animal cruelty.”

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