Shocking live gold-fish Beijing Olympic souvenir

The Telegraph have found live gold-fish Beijing Olympic key chains being sold in the city of Qingdao, where the sailing events will be held.
The “unofficial” Olympic souvenir features the Beijing Olympic mascot Huanhuan. The RSPCA have slammed the souvenirs saying:
“The fish would have little oxygen available and it would be impossible to feed [...]

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