You Won’t Believe What This Teenager Does To A Woman’s Live…ABSOLUTELY GRUESOME!

A teenager has been blasted by his mum after posting videos from a party online – of him eating a LIVE GOLDFISH.

The videos published on Facebook show Sam Murray, 19, stuffing a friend’s family pet in his mouth at a party.

Sam, from Edinburgh, then chews up the fish and spits it out. And mum Carol, 35, was furious about the disgusting stunt.

She said: “I told him it was a stupid thing to do. Everyone knows what social media is like – you share one thing and it just goes mental.”

The first video recorded at the house party begins with Sam lying on a bed surrounded by pals in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Seconds later he shoves something in his mouth.

Sam Murray from Edinburgh, eating a live goldfish at a party in the cit
The party hostess is then heard screaming: “Why have you got my goldfish in your mouth?”

Another partygoer in the background said: “That’s minging” – but a male voice yells: “You’re a legend.”

In a second video, posted seconds later, Sam spits out the maimed pet’s remains.

 

He holds out his hand to the person holding the camera and boasts: “Look, there’s its eyeballs”.

Sam Murray from Edinburgh, eating a live goldfish at a party in the cit
Sam Murray from Edinburgh, eating a live goldfish at a party in the cit
One party-goer can be heard saying “you’re a legend”

Horrified Twitter users blasted the scenes after the clips were uploaded on Sunday.

Luke Campbell said: “I actually feel sick”, while Melissa Roy wrote: “What a disgusting boy”. Becca Howard added: “I’m boking. That’s rank.”

Animal welfare officers are now investigating the two clips of the cruel prank.

A Scottish SPCA spokeswoman said: “We are aware of a video circulating on social media where a male appears to eat a live fish and we are investigating.”

Sam Murray from Edinburgh, eating a live goldfish at a party in the cit
The fish is clearly visible inside Sam’s mouth

John Robins, secretary of charity Animal Concern, fumed: “It is a terrible way to kill an animal.

 

“These stunts aren’t funny. It’s a criminal offence and it’s quite right someone should face prosecution.”

Causing an animal unnecessary suffering carries a maximum penalty of a year’s jail and a £20,000 fine under Scottish law.

Sam Murray from Edinburgh, eating a live goldfish at a party in the cit
Sam looks at the animal’s remains after spitting out the goldfish

Last July Callum Clatworthy-Robins, of Port Talbot, South Wales, was fined £100 for eating a goldfish he won at an amusement stall.

He was given it in a bag as a prize, but swallowed it whole after leaving the funfair.

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