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Woman in China roasts puppy alive

The Chinese woman is said to have roasted the dog near the entrance of Kengkou market, in Guangzhou. (Screengrab from chinaSMACK.com)The Chinese woman is said to have roasted the dog near the entrance of Kengkou market, in Guangzhou. (Screengrab …A woman in China has been captured on photograph roasting a live puppy over an open fire, using what appears to be a portable stove.

The gruesome incident is reported to have taken place at Kengkou market in Guangzhou, according to an article carried on  Chinese website chinaSmack.

The woman is seen grilling the live puppy with a pair of tongs, in front of a small crowd, including children. After a while, the dog's body appeared stiff and its skin slightly charred.

Respondents on the website were horrified by her actions.

One user known as VIP posted a comment, "Are you still human? Think for a moment, how would you feel if you were roasted alive/barbecued alive?"

Another who wanted to be known as Love, said, "What's wrong with people these days? They don't even seem like people/human anymore."

This abuse comes hot on the heels of another animal abuse case in Indonesia where live cattle exports were subjected to mistreatment.

On 31 May, it was reported the Australian government suspended live cattle exports to Indonesian abattoirs after a television program showed videos of cattles being unnecessarily whipped and left to bleed to death after their throats were cut using blunt knives.

The videos were recorded by Lyn White, a former police officer and campaign director of the animal welfare group Animals Australia. It is understood that the said abattoirs are located in Jakarta, Bogor, Bandar Lampung and Medan.

It's understood Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono has ordered an investigation of slaughterhouses in the country, saying, "We have to highly respect animal welfare."

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Warning: Pictures below may be disturbing.

The puppy on the left was roasted by the woman on an open fire. (Screengrab from ww.chinasmack.com)The puppy on the left was roasted by the woman on an open fire. (Screengrab from ww.chinasmack.com)


Two women seen roasting the puppy using what looks like a portable stove. (Screengrab from ww.chinasmack.com)Two women seen roasting the puppy using what looks like a portable stove. (Screengrab from ww.chinasmack.com)


The woman could be seen roasting the puppy with people watching on including children. (Screengrab from ww.chinasmack.com)The woman could be seen roasting the puppy with people watching on including children. (Screengrab from ww.chi …


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