Video shows Saudi Arabia getting rid of 80,000 packs of ‘spoiled chicken’
These packs of expired chicken were confiscated inside 25 refrigerated trucks prior to their distribution inside and outside al-Qassim district
Another video is currently making the runs on Saudi Arabia’s social media, this time of officials getting rid of thousands of packaged chickens.
The video shows around 25 trucks parked in the desert with workers unloading and bizarrely tossing away thousands of packs of chicken.
It is all part of an official operation under the supervision of the Secretariat of al-Qassim region to dispose around 80,000 pack of expired chicken not fit for human consumption.
These packs of expired chicken were confiscated inside 25 refrigerated trucks prior to their distribution inside and outside al-Qassim district.
The distribution center for the rotten chicken on the outskirts of Buraidah city was raided and subsequently additional loads of chicken were seized.
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