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Australian tourists are unwittingly eating dog meat in Bali

An investigation conducted by ‘Animals Australia’ has revealed tourists in Bali are unwittingly eating dog meat.

Dogs are being captured and killed not far from popular beaches for a secretive trade that is not only terribly cruel but poses a major public health risk.

“This is a profoundly distressing situation,” said Animals Australia’s Director of Investigations, Lyn White.

“Mobile dog meat vendors are deliberately targeting tourists on beaches and are prepared to lie about the origin of the meat to get a sale.”

Lyn told Neil Mitchell tourists need to be aware of the sign ‘RW’, which means they serve dog meat.

Hear more from Lyn White below

Click PLAY below to see more of the investigation by Animals Australia

NOTE: The following video may be distressing for some viewers