There’s a new craze in France to eat a dead chicken.
It’s the ‘chick-eating’ craze, and people are posting photos of themselves with the body parts of dead chickens.
The craze has been going on for more than a year, with some tourists finding the dead chickens to be extremely appetising.
In one photo posted by the tourist blog Le Parisien, a tourist is posing with a dead duck.
“The dead duck was not very tasty.
The taste of the duck is still not well understood,” it says.
“However, it is believed that this is one of the only species in the world that is able to digest chicken.”
One tourist posted a video of himself eating a dead bird, which is accompanied by a caption that reads: “A bird that just fell off the cliff.
It was a very tasty bird.”
A French tourist posts a photo of herself eating a chicken, which he said is the “chick eating” craze.
But the tourist also told French television channel TF1: “I am not a chicken eater.
Another tourist posted the video on Facebook, writing: “You can see me in a very dead duck, with a large chicken feather. “
And if I see a dead chick I’m going to try to kill it.”
Another tourist posted the video on Facebook, writing: “You can see me in a very dead duck, with a large chicken feather.
That’s what I did on a beach, a few months ago, it was a really, really tasty bird.
This is the ‘Chick-Eating’ crake, a new phenomenon that is spreading in France.
It is not healthy, it’s cruel and it’s not the way to eat.”
But French tourism minister Julien Delacroix said he had been told that “there is nothing wrong with eating chicken, and it is a common way to celebrate the end of the Easter season”.
He added: “People are eating chickens in this country, but we don’t kill them.”
This French tourist posted an image of himself on Facebook posing with an dead chicken, with the caption: “Dead duck in a French beach.
I didn’t know the difference.”
The minister said he would ask for an investigation into the incident.
According to Le Parisiens, the French tourism ministry would “take the necessary measures to ensure that the situation is corrected.”
“This has nothing to do with tourism, it has to do, of course, with human behaviour,” the ministry said in a statement.
Tourism Minister Julien Loiret said he was unaware of any specific cases of the ‘Chicken Pooping’ crape being carried out in France, but that “it’s an issue that is very common”.
“I am concerned about it,” he said.
“We want to ensure the safety of all tourists and visitors.”