Man killed neighbour’s dog and invited the owner to dog meat dinner
So, maybe your neighbour has a noisy dog that probably barks late into the morning hours and prevents you from getting enough sleep. How do you deal with it? Kill it and cook it for dinner then invite the owner? No.
That doesn’t sound like a good idea, even though a 62 year old South Korean farmer chose that course of action.
The man claimed that he was so irritated by the dog’s constant barking that he threw a stone at the two- year-old Welsh Corgi, resulting in the animal losing
consciousness. After the dog passed out, he strangled the animal and cooked it.
The man then invited his neighbours to share the meal, including the father of the dog-owning family.
“We had been all around the town, handing out leaflets containing the dog’s picture, phone number and rewards of one million won ($940), in order to find the missing dog“, the daughter of the dog owner said, asking for her family’s name to be kept anonymous.
“When I reached the man’s house, which is just three doors down from ours, he expressed sympathy, promising to let us know if he found the dog“. At that time, however, the farmer was hiding the dog, either alive or dead, in his barn, she said.
The following day, the suspect visited her father, drank with him and consoled him over the missing dog.
“He even invited neighbours to come share the dog meat, including my father who did not accept the invitation as he is a non-dog meat eater“, she said.
Dog meat has long been a part of South Korean cuisine.
– Daily Review