Some Canadian pork tested positive for the MRSA (methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus). The exact rates vary. Between 1% to 33% of the pork was contaminated with MRSA.
The results are similar to tests done on chicken in the Netherlands and Japan.
Dr. Scott Weese, meat person and lead researcher who found this deadly bacteria, loves his meat so much he said:
"I'm not going to stop eating pork because of this," reports The Star.In addition to MRSA, many meat products also contain e coli and salmonella. Animal products are much more likely to contain deadly bacteria than plant products.
One can only conclude that meat people actually like deadly bacteria.
If you are ever in contact with a meat person, be sure to wash your hands thoroughly afterwards.