UPDATE 4/8: PETA said Tuesday they won't be buying the childhood home of Jeffrey Dahmer to turn it into a vegan restaurant.
"Getting zoning for a restaurant on this site is apparently impossible, in part because of issues with the plumbing and waste systems," PETA wrote in a press release.
NORFOLK -- PETA says it wants to buy the childhood home of Jeffrey Dahmer and turn it into a vegan restaurant.
The home was recently put back on the market. The asking price is $295,000.
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The organization sent a letter of inquiry to the real estate agent handling the property to express their interest.
"Murderous actions such as Dahmer's — from binding victims' limbs, drugging and dismembering them, refrigerating parts of their bodies, and eating them — are still carried out on other living beings who happen not to be human and that one way to turn evil into good would be to convert the home into a vegan restaurant if a zoning variance can be had," they wrote in a press release.
PETA said it would name the restaurant “Eat for Life: Home Cooking.”