And possibly served him up to guests.
Hey, that reminds me of an anecdote:
Once upon a time, there were this couple, who ran an inn, bed and breakfast type of deal. However, every so often, a traveller would disappear who was staying there, but no one knew anything about it.
Anyway, a man came to stay there for a while, with his servant. His servant was one of those "reformed heathens"; he'd been born and brought up in either part of the dark of Africa or Papua New Guinea, I forget which.
Anyway, one night at dinner, the servant tasted something in the stew that was surprisingly familiar. This servant had been from a tribe where cannibalism existed, and had tasted human flesh. Rather an odd thing to taste in a bed and breakfasty-inn place. Turned out the couple had been killing some of their customers and serving them up at tea time. The only reason they were caught was this servant, who recognised the meat.
I wonder why Basil Fawlty never tried that...?
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