Saudi giraffe-killing video causes anger among kingdom’s social media users
A graphic video of a Saudi man slaughtering a giraffe in South Africa has gone viral, triggering anger
Many social media users have expressed anger over a graphic video that has gone viral showing a giraffe being killed by a Saudi man in South Africa.
The graphic video, published on video sharing site YouTube, shows a giraffe roaming around a forested area.
According to local Saudi newspaper Arab News, the 58-second-long video was taken by a group of Saudis who were on a road trip in one of South Africa’s jungles on a Safari where they found the animal.
After the giraffe was shot and killed it was then taken to a different location to be skinned and for its meat to be stored in what is described in the video as “a large refrigerator.”
WARNING! Viewer discretion advised, footage contains graphic content.
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