Chinese restaurant is accused of serving human FEET to diners in Italy after gruesome image of rotting flesh is posted online by a waiter
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- Gruesome picture shows what looks like two severed human feet in a blue bowl
- Surfaced after a diner went with friends to a restaurant in Padua, northern Italy
- Waiter later posted grim image claiming it was the meat used in dish he served
A Chinese restaurant has been accused of serving human feet after a waiter posted a gruesome picture – allegedly taken in its kitchen – on social media.
The grim photo shows what looks like two severed and partially decomposed human feet in a blue bowl.
It surfaced after a diner from Slovenia went with friends to a restaurant in Padua, in northern Italy and asked for the Chinese delicacy of bear paws.
A Chinese restaurant has been accused of serving human feet after a waiter posted a gruesome picture – allegedly taken in its kitchen – on social media
The waiter, who was not named in reports, claims his picture of human feet were the ‘bear paws’ that were later served to the Slovenian and his friends.
After seeing the disturbing picture on social media, a regular Italian customer reported it to the authorities.
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