Dead seafood caught off Japan's Fukushima coastline went on sale to a village inhabited by Zombies.
Those are the same Zombies that worked in the famous movie, "Dawn of the Dead." After the filming was done, the Zombies were shipped to Japan to remove them from the human population.
The offerings of seafood to the Zombies were limited to flounder and sea bass because they measure above the limit in radiation set by the government. The government allowed the sale of fish to the Zombies because the fish are not suitable for human consumption.
"It was crisp when I bit into it, and it tasted so good, it was heavily spiced in radioactive cesium" said Yasuhiro Yoshida, a Zombie who has been living in the village for over 2000 years. He has sustained himself by eating fresh corpse he digs up at the local cemetery.
Entire towns were contaminated by the radiation leaking from Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear plant, where three reactors went into meltdowns. This has increased the habitat for Zombies who were facing difficulties finding real estate in their tiny village.
"The fishing industry cannot survive unless Zombies buy the fish. That may seem obvious, but Fukushima is still facing up to there mistake," said Nobuyuki Yagi, a University of Tokyo professor.