Toronto restaurant owner cuts animal leg

A protest outside of a Toronto restaurant has been gaining increasing attention online after activists say the owner brought out an animal leg, carved it and returned later appearing to eat grilled meat. Marni Ugar and several other activists gathered in front of Antler Kitchen and Bar in the Dufferin Street and Dundas Street West area. They could be seen in photos holding large signs such as “Murder” and “Animals are not ours to use.” Ugar told Global News on Tuesday that one of the restaurant’s owners, who is listed on the Antler website as chef Michael Hunter, brought a large animal leg and carved it at the restaurant’s front window.

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