Restaurant Raided By Police And Closed For Serving Human Flesh
Have you visited Nigeria on the African continent lately? If you have and also dined at a certain restaurant you may have been introduced to the local practice of cannibalism. Cannibalism unknown to YOU the diner. Police have arrested 11 people. Restaurant in the African country of Nigeria shut down after locals had reported the coming and going of ‘strange’ people seen nearby at the restaurant.
The police in Anambra, Nigeria in searching the restaurant have found, among other things, 2 fresh human heads, multiple dismembered bodies which were wrapped in cellophane. The nearby locals had tipped people that weird people have been seen coming and going. 2 Ak-47’s, dozens of rounds of ammo and also several cell phones have been uncovered at restaurant after raid.
A local nearby to restaurant has been made of record in saying, “We always saw weird people coming and going.”
An area pastor whom had dined there and unsuspectingly devoured human flesh also has said, “I ate at the restaurant. The bill was very high. When I asked a restaurant worker why the bill was so (steep), I was told that the reason was because I had eaten human flesh.” Dazed, the pastor was at a loss to describe more.
So, maybe your last meal out wasn’t so bad after all, right? If you had the choice of Sirloin or Rump-roast, well, let’s just say medium or rare, at least you weren’t forced to become a cannibal and pay the bill, too. Hard to say whether or not the common diner would be able to bounce back if the waiter serving your table told you, :”Well, being a cannibal isn’t so bad.” And to be up-charged for the chance in doing so!
Next time you travel to Nigeria be sure to inquire of responsible locals, “Hey? Have you ever heard of any of you (locals) being on the menu at this establishment?” Might just save you from being exposed to unknown cannibalism. Just saying, people, be certain to check beforehand. Even if it doesn’t seem to be too likely the chance still exists. In Anambra, Nigeria anyhow. Bon apetite!