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15 What Happens To Confiscated Red Caviar?

What Happens To Confiscated Red Caviar?

Posted on March 3, 2011 by team


Wanna know where red caviar confiscated from poachers goes? See after the jump.

Yuzhno-Kurilsk is rich of red caviar and, of course, poachers try to make illegal money from it.

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15 Responses to “What Happens To Confiscated Red Caviar?”

  1. DougW says:

    Caviar flambe? Not sure why people eat caviar, tastes like little balls of salty water to me.

  2. GsomGsom says:

    after that all together sob

  3. testicules says:

    Shameful waste

  4. SpeCons says:

    Customs officials do this in every country when they seize something illegal…

  5. yoo says:

    Awesome

  6. YJ says:

    Have these police ever thought of re-certifying it and allowed it to be sold on the market. Practically these are only food unlike addictive drugs and chemicals.

  7. Musa says:

    This is really awful to waste it like this. Maybe it wasn’t handled correctly according to laws and as a result maybe it’s not safe for consumption. I would like to know exactly why they trash it.

  8. Don says:

    Yuzhno-Kurilsk! the frontier! the lemon faces japaneses will never got them Kuril Island! They are slavic, not japanese!

  9. sashka says:

    i love caviar.

  10. ww says:

    How could these people waste foods in such a shameful way ? Confiscated caviar could be delivered to the underprivilegedchild.

  11. Skiziks says:

    What a waste man!

  12. Singe says:

    That must smell lovely.

  13. Bigg Fredd says:

    Did anybody bother to READ before commenting?

    “And this is how the problem is solved as the caviar was declared unedible.”

    What do you think they mean by “unedible”?

  14. Papa Karlo says:

    They only do this after all their families, friends, dogs, cats, and bosses ate so much of caviar that they cannot even look at it anymore without puking.

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