Woman Stopped From Bringing Live Chicken On Board Train, Turns It Into Food


A woman in China was recently caught on camera butchering a chicken on the platform of Chongqing subway station in China after she was barred from boarding a train. 

The woman entered the subway station carrying a live chicken, Shanghaiist reported. However, she was immediately stopped by security as pets or live stock are not allowed on the subway.


The unnamed woman ultimately decided to dispose of the bird right there. A loophole in the system is that dead chickens are allowed on board as they are considered as food.

The woman butchered the chicken neatly over a trash can in the subway station.

Featured image screenshot via Miaopai

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