In the sacred temple, the head priest held an enormous container, filled to the brim, with milk.
‘The lord teaches us to be compassionate. We must be kind towards our fellow humans.’ The priest poured the milk over a deity. Fifty devotees followed him.
From a window, two barely clothed boys slid inside the temple. They looked pitifully thin, and their eyes were blazing with an animalistic hunger. Their gazes were glued to the milk flowing into the sewer.
‘Watchman, throw them out!’ the priest ordered.
He turned to his devotees and smiled transcidently. ‘Now, where were we?’