Tuesday, May 29, 2012

Man Arrested for Selling "Roasted Fetuses" for Good Luck

Man Arrested for Selling "Roasted Fetuses" for Good Luck | LifeNews.com: Chow Hok Kuen, 28, faces charges of hiding and covering dead bodies and a jail term of up to a year if convicted and sentenced to the maximum. The arrest followed a tip police received about a website Chow operated that advertise the sale of the “roasted fetuses,” according to CNN. Police eventually searched his hotel room and found six unborn children in total in a box inside his luggage. Chow said that he planned to sell fetuses in Taiwan and that one could be worth up to 200,000 Thai baht, or $6,300, police said. He told police that the black magic rituals with fetuses are believed to bring good fortune for business-people. Police say it’s unclear where the fetuses came from.

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