Tigers ‘starved to death’ to make £400 aphrodisiac wine with their bones

Wild-Aid-Thailand-copy[2]-380614news54sf45sf45sf45Tiger wine, an aphrodisiac which sells for more than $500 a bottle, now faces backlash from animal rights activists who say the big cats are being kept in shocking conditions before their bones are eventually mixed in as the special ingredient.
Popular with many Chinese men who believe drinking the wine will enhance their sex drive and make them stronger, the bones are soaked for up to eight years and then mixed with snake extract and herbs.