Cambodian couple Ah Lin Tuch and her husband Phoun Raty are making a name for themselves online — for all the wrong reasons. Their claim to fame? They upload videos of themselves eating endangered animals on YouTube.
Cambodian animal lovers are furious at this cruelty and are demanding justice. Sign the petition to demand that YouTube shut down their video channel, now.
The couple has already made several hundred dollars through their gruesome videos and are hoping to make a whole lot more. Their films include footage of them skinning, cooking and eating a wide range of endangered and protected Cambodian wildlife, including lizards, frogs, and birds. One of the most disturbing videos features the couple chowing down on a small wild cat known as a “fishing cat.”
We have to put an end to this now. Ah Lin Tuch and Phoun Raty must not be allowed to make money off of such horrific animal abuse. Will you help to stop their cruelty by signing the petition?
Thank you for all that you do,
The Care2 Petitions Team
P.S. Filming yourself skinning an animal is already sickening, but it’s even worse when that animal is an endangered species. We have to be the voice for these animals. Please sign the petition urging YouTube to ban this couple’s channel!