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Why Hanging Dead Animals In Shop Windows Is Good For You And Your Free Kids

by | 10th, March 2014

Some Londoners, shopping for meat, buy their provisions from this mobile butcher store Dec. 14, 1940, equipped to replace any branch of J. Richards, Ltd., put out of service by bombing. Paper bags like the ones carried by woman at right are rare. There is a paper shortage in the British capital and many purchases are carried home “Nude”.


JBS family butcher’s in Sudbury, Suffolk, was told to no longer display fresh meat in its shop window. It used to show off the fresh, hanging unplucked pheasants, deer, pigs heads and rabbits, but because someone complained that it offended them it’s all gone.

The window now features the sign: “Due to complaints, there is no window display.”

You can, however, see in through the clear glass. You can be offended by the blood and dead animals within. Presumably, that will offend someone, and JBS will have to get blackened glass and warning notices bought, perhaps, from high street sex shops forced out of business by online competition.

The offended, Ben Mowles, 34, was upset by the “needless display of multiple mutilated carcasses” had stopped him taking his 12-year-old daughter to the nearby sweet shop. He wrote: Their display looks more like a scene from a horror movie. They even had a line of squirrels across a bar. Who eats squirrel?”

Who buys their 12-year-old sweets? Sugar stunts your kids, leads to cocaine abuse and is as dangerous as alcohol”. One-nil to the butcher. If a dead hare saves one kiddie, it’s worth it. Gnawing on a squirrel could be the healthy alternative to sugared mice.

Another man took offence. Daniel Cudmore, 25, noted: “As someone who breeds rabbits, I find the display of

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