Crush Rabbit Sequel Video Viral On Social Media, Chinese rabbit-crushing video condemned The video runs for 4 minutes 9 seconds. The video shows several white rabbits kept in metal cages at the corners. A white girl in her 20s pulled a rabbit out of the cage and kissed it. Then she looked at the camera and said hello. The bunny was then picked up by the girl and thrown on the table. After a while, the little girl took the rabbit back and stroked it gently. She then stuffed the rabbit into her pocket and walked backward, singing/muttering. The girl then took out a large glass plate and made a face before placing it on the bunny.
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The little rabbit’s body has been slightly deformed, and his limbs are squirming. The bunny’s struggle did not win the girl sympathy. Instead, everyone sat on the plate until the bunny was crushed and his body stopped moving. The camera pans and we see two more little rabbits’ bodies lying on the ground. China condemned videos online that showed young Chinese women torturing rabbits for entertainment. After being identified by Chinese netizens, an alleged perpetrator has since apologized. Many have called for legislation to protect animals against such abuse. The videos were apparently sold to “fetishers” abroad, according to an investigation.
A group of young girls laughed and played with bunnies, before smashing them to death in a viral video. One scene shows a woman placing a rabbit on a table and covering it with glass. The rabbit then dies. Another example shows a woman stepping on a bunny in her high heels. Angrily, onlookers claimed that one of the women spoke in a Sichuan accent. he woman was found to be from Luzhou and she was searched. According to the 26-year old, she was forced to be on the video by her boss as an intern. She said she was initially asked to cut fruit. Then she switched to fish, lobster, and other live animals.
For cutting fruit, she is paid 100 yuan ($15, 10 pounds), 200 to 300 for small animals and up to 6,000 for rabbits. She claimed that the video was meant for foreign viewers and that she would face threats from the Chinese media if it was not. While some believe that the video was created by animal smash lovers, an investigative journalist claimed that he was able to penetrate the group.
He stated that the videos would be sold to “fetishers,” especially in the United States, for profit. China has become more wealthy and has had many pet owners. However, China does not have any laws that punish cruelty to animals. The United States will vote on a law banning these videos. According to the Humane Society of the United States, Animal Crush videos often depict sexual misconduct by females in bare-legged clothing.