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Chinese restaurants in Trinidad and Tobago (T&T) are now being scrutinised after a video of a dog being skinned went viral.
Reports from the twin island republic are that the video, which was posted on social media, appear to involve Chinese nationals preparing a dog near a restaurant in Diego Martin, Trinidad.
As a result, the country’s health minister, Dr. Fuad Khan, has urged caution about Chinese food.
According to a T&T TV station, citizens are “being urged to exercise extreme caution” when purchasing food from Chinese restaurants.
St. Lucia News Online shared the video on its Facebook page on Wednesday as the Video of the Day.
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