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People were left disgusted in London last week after being tricked into drinking ‘dog’s milk’ as part of a new animal rights campaign.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) hosted a focus group and went out and about on the streets to offer people free samples of a ‘new’ milk.
After asking them how it tasted and what they thought of it, they dropped the big reveal that it was actually from a dog, causing a range of horrified reactions, from spitting to swearing.
A representative from Peta tells passers-by about a ‘new dairy product’ being launched
She hands out samples to people, including the woman above, and asks for feedback
She then tells her it’s dog’s milk, and the woman asks her ‘Why you give me, I drink dog milk?’ [sic]
She then spits it out and says ‘shame’ to the woman, before walking off with a disgusted look on her face
The reactions were filmed as part of the campaign with the video put online aiming to discourage people from drinking cow’s milk.
Those who drank the milk were asked to describe its taste, texture and appearance, with responses including that it tasted ‘sweet’, looked ‘whiter than white’ and was ‘like a milkshake but smooth’.
But the mood quickly changed after the truth was revealed, with one woman shouting ‘Why would you drink this madness’ at the focus group leader.
Another horrified taste-tester added: ‘I drank dog’s milk? Shame!’
One woman was so perplexed she repeatedly asked the woman from Peta to clarify what she meant by dogs milk, before adding: ‘You mean that this is produced by a dog?’
The video also shows a focus group being held, where several people are being given the milk to try
The woman informs them it’s dog’s milk, when it was actually soya milk that was used
This woman is shocked when she think she has just drunk dog’s milk
She then says ‘You should have said that first’ and is visibly uncomfortable
She later asks other people in the focus group ‘Would you ever drink that madness?’, which they then say no
A sneak peak of the Peta campaign is then revealed, featuring a close up of a dog’s teats, causing another focus group member to shout ‘Don’t use that picture!’
The film ends with a message from Peta opposing the consumption of cow’s milk.
It said: ‘Dog’s milk. Cat’s milk. Rat’s milk. Cow’s milk. We’re the only animal to drink another species’ milk. Isn’t it all a bit gross?’
But Peta didn’t actually give any of the test subjects dog’s milk, instead giving them soya milk.
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