Aug 28 2013
Saudi authorities shut a restaurant after finding out it served meat which does not belong to any known livestock, a newspaper reported. A customer who had a meal at the Yemeni restaurant in the town of Laith reported it to authorities after finding strange bones in his dish.
Emirates 24/7 “When the customer told the owner about the strange bones, he tried to give him SR500 bribe to have the bones back,” Sabq newspaper said. “Health authorities then raided the restaurant and found that the bones and some meat do not belong to livestock. A large quantity of other meat was also found unfit for human consumption,” it added without specifying which to animals the bones belong.
Saudi Arabian Airlines: “For our in-flight meal service today, we have chicken or donkey.”
Emirates 24/7 Saudi Arabian Airlines could have served its passengers donkey meat, ignoring warnings by a local government food control body that imported meat from Tunisia could be diseased or is donkey meat.