'MasterChef' Gordon Ramsay Called ‘inhuman’ For Hunting Goat On Television
By: Pinki Wed, 31 July 2019 12:51 PM
MasterChef Gordon Ramsay known for his savage behaviour on shows, recently started a new series called ‘Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted’. The celebrity chef has received backlash for hunting a goat on screen.
Gordon Ramsay in the episode can be seen hunting a goat, and then cooking and eating it with berry chutney and a salad. It upset many viewers and animals lovers, who asked PETA to take action against the act on National Television. Gordon shot for the episode in New Zealand where his co-host, Chef Monique Fiso asked him to kill a mountain goat.
Gordon was highly dissed at by Twitter users who termed him 'inhuman' and asking to raise voice against trophy hunting. Users even pointed out that this could encourage trophy hunting even more.
Earlier in 2018 Ramsay had criticized PETA by tweeting, "I'm a member of PETA! People eating tasty animals."
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Chef #GordonRamsay outraged animal lovers by shooting a goat on his Uncharted TV show. Upset viewers slammed him 4being “thoughtless&cruel, profiting from misery, suffering, murder of innocent animals” after he ate the animal while filming in New Zealand.https://t.co/OgfXB3jCDC— Bonnie Heather 🌱🐬🐾 (@BonnieHeather3) July 30, 2019
Im absolutely AGAINST trophy hunting. But the outrage against @GordonRamsay is a bit hypocritical. Where'd u think your lamb & mutton came from? Also, it's how traditional folk not just in New Zealand but many countries eat. Even meat in cold storage was once alive #GordonRamsay— Rakhi Bose (@theotherbose) July 30, 2019
Inhuman! This will inspire & encourage people who organize Trophy Hunting #GordonRamsay— Sunderdeep Singh (@SSunderdeep) July 30, 2019