A man was caught red handed killing a dog to supply the meat to kebab takeaways. He was taken into police custody when a few teenagers alerted the police after witnessing the unforgettable scene of a dog being skinned and strangled.

The butcher of the dog was questioned by the police and has been identified as Nikolay an illegal immigrant from Kazakhstan.

During the police interview the 20 year-old man told the police: ”When I lived in Kazakhstan, there were a lot of dogs, and it was normal to cook the meat on a barbecue and eat them.” He confessed: ”I used a wire to strangle the dog.

I was given the animal as payment for a job.”

Nikolay confronted by animal activists (Image: east2west news)

After spending one night in the police cell, he was free to go. He went back to the scene where he butchered the dog to collect the dog’s carcass that was put by him on the wall.

He was confronted by a group of angry animal activists and they demanded the police to launch an investigation for what he did and bring him to justice.

He told the campaigners that he had butchered 100s of dogs to make money from the meat after kebab shops payed him cash for the meat.

A source claimed, the man could be sent back to Kazakhstan and not be allowed back in the country again.

statistic according to Animal Equality say, around 56 billion animals are slaughtered every year and this excludes sea life whose death are so vast, they are measured only in tonnes.

In 2014, discoveries of severed heads of cats were found in Manchester, Rusholme, (Curry Mile).

They were found dumped in bags near Walmer Street East and Basil Street, off Wilmslow Road by council worker.

A spokesman for the council said: “A member of our team was called to an address in Rusholme earlier today and discovered a fly-tipped black bin liner containing animal remains.

“This is obviously an incredibly distressing and sickening incident which we are now looking into but this is the first incident of its kind we have come across.

“At this stage we have no way of knowing how these animal parts came to be where they were discovered but we will be contacting the RSPCA as this is clearly an extreme example of animal cruelty.”