This Cape Town man breeds rabbits to eat and doesn't give a toss about his critics

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Jeremy with one of his rabbit dishes. (Photo: Jacques Stander)
Jeremy with one of his rabbit dishes. (Photo: Jacques Stander)

Mad as a March hare – that’s no doubt how some people might regard him. And you can’t blame them: when it comes to unconventional, this guy is seriously fur real.  

From the street, his property in Cape Town’s northern suburbs looks ordinary enough – house, wall, small front yard. 

But the illusion hip-hops off as soon as he opens the front door. Jeremy Acton, leader of the Dagga Party, unapologetic muncher of rabbit meat. 

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