Members of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) will be throwing a SNAG on the barbie but in this case it stands for Sensitive New Age Guy.
In an effort to turn people vegan, they are staging a stunt in Martin Place on Thursday when they will pretend to barbecue a human.
PETA Australia's Jason Baker said the slogan for this bit of cannibalism was ''Bodies Don't Belong on the Barbie. Go Vegan''.
''We are challenging our fellow Australians to think about what meat really is. Flesh is flesh, and animals feel pain and suffer just as humans do. What revolts people about the idea of eating another human should also apply to the idea of eating any other animal.''
Meanwhile, on the opposite end of the food chain, self-proclaimed sausage king Adam Stratton has released his top 10 Australia Day snags: They include ''beef, vegemite and cheese'', ''Aussie beef burger with the works'', ''LAMBington with chocolate'', half the coat of arms - ''emu'' - ''crocodile'', and ''camel''.
The day before Australia Day last year, he said 500 kilograms of snags walked out the door of his Tender Value Meats shop in Hornsby, NSW.