In another case of murder most fowl, a man attempted to pass a security checkpoint inside Wenzhou South Railway Station last Monday, only to be denied entry after security realized that he had two live chickens in his travel bag. Apparently, there’s this strange rule that says bringing live poultry on board isn’t allowed, so the man and his feathered friends had to find another way home.
Or you know, the man could borrow a vegetable knife and quickly alter the state of his poultry from living to dead. After all, the rule said live poultry. So the man took the vegetable knife with his feathered friends outside; the chickens were soon sent to the spirit world and the man got through the messy business of cleaning their corpses.
According to NetEase, the man in question, surnamed Li, works in Wenzhou and raises chickens on the side. He said that he planned to take the two chickens back to his hometown for his family who would use them to make health tonics.
We should be glad that Mr. Li had the decency to take the chickens outside, perhaps he should meet this lady from Chengdu, they seem like they’d have a lot in common.
By Kitty Lai
[Images via NetEase]