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There's No Chinese Restaurant Serving Dog Meat in Coral Springs

There's No Chinese Restaurant Serving Dog Meat in Coral Springs

There's No Chinese Restaurant Serving Dog Meat in Coral Springs

There is a story that has been circulating on social media since December of last year. The viral story claims that a Chinese restaurant was shut down after the purchase of dog meat after a two month operation by an undercover police officer. This is simply not true and the Coral Springs Police Department of Coral Springs, Florida has been debunking this story on its Facebook page ever since. The alleged restaurant in question, China Chow, is non-existent and additionally, there is no restaurant located at the stated intersection. The Associated Press has released statements debunking the story and claims it is an old urban legend recirculated.

The original poorly written and edited post from the fake news site Gummy Post is as follows:

“China chow restaurant” located on sample and riverside,in coral springs,Florida was shut down Tuesday after an undercover cop went inside and purchase dog meat, A special menu the restaurant was selling to VIP Customers. It all started after the server gave the dog meat to the wrong customer.The client was disgusted by the dog food. The customer later reported it to coral springs PD, they then setup an undercover operation for two months,that brought “china chow restaurant to justice” saving the life of innocent dogs. They were also slaughtering the dogs in the back of the restaurant, In a sound proof Room, Customers would never hear the dogs barking.
Coral springs spokes person “David Cunningham” advice civilians to report any suspicions Chinese restaurants to law enforcement.

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