Egypt vigilantes hang 2 thieves by feet in public - Article Photos 2/11

EDS NOTE GRAPHIC CONTENT -- Egyptian men, one holding a knife and another a bloody stick, surround the bodies of two men who were beaten and hung by vigilantes after being accused of theft in the small Nile Delta town of Samanod, about 55 miles (90 kilometers) north of Cairo, Egypt, Sunday March 17, 2013. Egyptian vigilantes beat two men accused of stealing a motorized rickshaw, then stripped them half-naked and hung them still alive in a bus station in a small Nile Delta town on Sunday, according to security officials who said both men died. The killings came a week after the attorney general's office encouraged civilians to arrest lawbreakers and hand them over to police. (AP Photo)