A passenger bus traveling from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi was stopped for a routine check when Nghe An Police smelt a foul stench from within the bus. Police uncovered 1,400 lb (630 kgs) of rotting dog and cat carcasses and entrails packed into styrofoam boxes. The carcasses and entrails were in the luggage compartment of the bus causing the stench of rotting flesh to rise up into the passenger area of the bus.
Bus driver Dinh Minh Hieu, 42 years old, was questioned by Nghe An Police. He did not have any documentation for his shipment. He confirmed the meat was being taken to Hanoi for human consumption. Nghe An Police can investigate this situation under the law in relation to ‘transporting goods of unknown origin.’ There are currently no laws related to killing, selling or eating dogs and cat meat in Vietnam.
Buses and taxis are being used more often in Vietnam to transport dog and cat carcasses for human consumption. So consequently police are checking more vehicles to uncover ‘goods of unknown origin.’ Thank you to Nghe An Police for arresting this man and his haul of rotting dog and cat carcasses and entrails.
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