A stomach-churning attraction where tourists throw live chickens to a group of hungry crocodiles has become a hit with British holidaymakers.
The deplorable 'entertainment' on offer in Cambodia's Siem Reap has, for obvious reasons, been condemned by animal rights groups.
An undercover investigation by the Mirror revealed the sickening attraction is popular with shameful bloodthirsty Britons.
The Siem Reap Crocodile Farm is situated close to one of Cambodia's most popular tourist sites, the Angkor Wat temple.
Ashley Fruno, a senior campaigner for People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, is urging holidaymakers to steer clear of the site and its ghoulish practices, telling the Mirror: 'Even China has banned live feeding. Cambodia needs to take the same step.'
She added: 'We are also concerned by the conditions at the farms and the suffering crocodiles endure.'
Read more about the Mirror's investigation at mirror.co.uk
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