2,800 Pig Carcasses Found In Chinese Drinking Water

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2,800 Pig Carcasses Found In Chinese Drinking Water

Over 2,800 pig carcasses of unknown origin were found clogging Shanghai’s Huangpu River, the main drinking water source for the city, sparking widespread fears of contamination. What do you think?

  • “Aw, why’d you go and say that? Now I’m hungry for pig carcass.”

    Candice Walden
    Systems Analyst
  • “You expect to see a few bloated pig carcasses this time of year, but anything over 1,500 is unacceptable.”

    Jason Twible
    Tile Installer
  • “If they just rinse the pigs off it should be all right.”

    Harvey Clarkson
    Suicide Hotline Operator