Cannibals; Neither Fine Nor Young

Should you ever receive a dinner invitation from the Ali brothers, Mohammed Arif and Mohammed Farman, of Pakistan, give it a miss. Beg off pleading just about any excuse. A work commitment or family funeral, all bets are off. You see these two have just be re-arrested for the hideous offence of cannibalism.

Yes indeed these fine young cannibals have been behind bars before and for the very same offense. But that isn’t cannibalism, as no clear law on the eating of humans exists on the books in Pakistan. The brothers were in prison for two years having been found guilty of desecrating a dead body. The fact that they desecrated it into a casserole played no significant role in their sentence.

Much like makers of kimchi or borscht, the brothers would dig up their grub, haul it home and, well, Bob’s your dinner.

It seems the brothers are certainly odd, but not violent by nature, or perhaps they prefer leftovers, because they never killed their meals, opting instead to raid graves for take out. Much like makers of kimchi or borscht, the brothers would dig up their grub, haul it home and, well, Bob’s your dinner.

While the Ali brothers aren’t pleased to be going back behind bars – nor are their cell mates no doubt – they are looking forward to having plenty of time to put together another cookbook like the one the compiled during their first stint in prison titled Finger Food? Fingers Are Food

With favorites such as Leg of Pam, French Knee Soup, Head Cheese, Feet Loaf, Elbow Macaroni, Scalp Potatoes, Chicken Fingers, several spare rib recipes, and, of course Swedish Balls and Cock au Vin, the first volume was well received in the cannibal community

Okay, some of this is true, and some is just my imagination run amok, but what is certain is that the video below are not the Ali brothers!

Me DCMontreal is a Montreal writer born and raised who likes to establish balance and juxtapositions; a bit of this and a bit of that, a dash of Yin and a soupçon of Yang, some Peaks and Freans and maybe a bit of a sting in the tail! Please follow DC on Twitter @DCMontreal and on Facebook, and add him on Google+

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