- Name: Chris Chesak
Monday, August 29, 2005
Most of the meat in town (which is usually lamb, goat or some scrawny chicken) is sold just like this. The meat, in this case a lamb, is slaughtered right on the sidewalk, just as the guy on the right is doing. Once gutted and bled (the blood runs right out into and through the streets), the lamb is hung up on metal hooks that I'm sure are not cleaned that often, if at all. And then they're left out all day long, sometimes in the intense heat and often with flies crawling all over them. By the way, the brown thing just barely in the upper right corner is part of the gun shield on the Humvee.