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United Poultry Concerns April 7, 2001
Protest Japanese "Survivor" Take-Off
Bantam Chicken Beaten By Female Players on Television

Japanese animal activists are urging people around the world to protest a new program called SUSUNU! DENPA SHONEN. The show features cruel, sadistic humor and behavior. So far the show's producer, Nippon TV, has not responded to Japanese protests so a worldwide outcry is needed now. Nippon TV is concerned about its global image.

On the March 25, 2001 show, 15 girls caught a wild bantam chicken and beat the bird with sticks in a crowd, laughing, "We have spoiled the bantams until today!" The beaten bantam would not die so the girls said, "Why don't we cut its throat?" They then roasted the bantam chicken whole, said they were satisfied with the meat, and said, "We made a good decision today."

Protest to:

Nippon Television Corporation (NTV)
14 Niban-cho
Chiyoda-ku Tokyo 102-8004
Japan
Tel: 81-03-5275-1111
Fax: 91-03-5275-4505
Email: admin@ntv.co.jp
Website: www.ntv.co.jp/english


Action Alert from United Poultry Concerns at the request of Mia Sato. For more information contact Mia at noan@mx9.freecom.ne.jp. April 7, 2001


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(Action Alert - Protest Japanese "Survivor" Chicken Beating)