Breaking News! Shocking Video Emerges Of Chinese Tourist Killing Endangered Caged Asiatic Black Bear In Myanmar
The bear was caged in Myanmar, (Picture by: Peng Video/Patriot China)
A horrendously shocking video emerged today of a Chinese tourist shooting a caged endangered Asiatic black bear in the head with a machine gun “out of curiosity.”
The bear tragically died and the sub-human lived on to embellish what is an unfathomable story in which he claims to be a victim.
The December 27th footage shows an unnamed man yelling at the then-alive animal.
“I told you not to open your mouth,” the man shouted according to MailOnline. “Do that again and I would make you surrender.”
The man, believed to be from China’s Shandong Province, was participating in a sightseeing tour in Myanmar when the unthinkable happened.
In a hard-to-believe scenario, the perpetrator said that he had received permission and a gun from the country’s Wa State government to shoot the bear that some speculated had previously harmed people.
The murderer subsequently released a statement arguing that the video “was not allowed to be shared” nor did he know who took it.
“I don’t know which tourist sent the video onto the internet in China. I was condemned by the web users,” he said. “I would like to clarify the matter. ‘Take this as a lesson. Protect animals. Start from ourselves.’
What? That makes about as much sense as this horrible scenario.
Horrifically, after the bear’s execution, the video proceeds to reveal graphic images of bear parts, including paws and what looks like a severed head, lying on the ground, as well as a group of men cutting into a dead bear, whose fur and skin had been sliced open to reveal its stomach, as they try to remove body parts.
As previously reported by WAN, Asiatic black bears are sadly farmed in China and Vietnam for their bile which some wrongly think have medical purposes, despite the fact that there is no real scientific findings to support that misguided belief.
Tragically, bears and many other endangered species continue to be illegally traded on the black market throughout Asia.
End The Wildlife Trade!