Squirrel Gets Skinned, Cooked And Eaten On Live BBC TV Show

Posted: Aug 28 2015, 5:17am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 29 2015, 11:09pm CDT, in News | Latest TV News

Squirrel gets Skinned, Cooked and Eaten on Live BBC TV Show

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How about Squirrel tonight? Last night in a segment on BBC 2 Newsnight, a squirrel found dead on the roadside gets cooked on live TV in the UK.

Squirrels had it coming this summer. The stalking and the drinking has to stop. Last night environmentalist George Monbiot cooked a squirrel he found dead on the road side on live BBC Television.

The skinning and butchering of a Squirrel on TV has caused a little Twitter storm. Mr. Monbiot makes the point that people should eat more squirrel and other small animals that get killed by the millions and are just buried.

BBC Newsnight host James O'Brien and Monbiot washed down the squirrel meat with a nice Chianti.

Most people eating meat try to blend out where the meat comes from. It always starts with killing an animal and then hacking it up in pieces. To see that live on TV is disturbing, but it is the reality.

Watch below the segment of butchering a squirrel if you can stomach it.

George Monbiot shows how to prepare a squirrel the correct way to be able to eat it. It definitely looks more delicious than what Bear Grylls cooks in his celebrity survival trips. He recently cooked a mouse in Michelle Rodriguez's urine.

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