The murderer is wheeling his victim to an unknown place. Who the murderer and the victim are may be the question hovering your head. The shot cutting out the face of both serves the mysterious effect in this final image right.
The victim is actually a pig, which is supposed to be a suckling pig. But by the sheer size of the roasted carcass, it was not a suckling pig by whatever standard. A roasted suckling pig is a must-have in every local delicatessen selling roasted food items. You can savour such a delicacy in any Chinese restaurant in Hong Kong. Mark that you don't order a whole roasted suckling pig but a plate of it which gives you part of the whole pig.
(oh, he was not the murderer but just a nosy bystander who thought that the camera can in no way capture him in the shot; well, the Ricoh GX200 was fitted with the 19mm wide converter)
The roasted suckling pig is not usually seem in whole unless, like the author, you visit a roasted-food delicatessen or attend a Chinese wedding reception, a religious ceremony inaugurating a new shop or a customary ceremony paying tribute to the forefathers.
Don't worry, no restaurant will serve the roasted pig in the form you see in the images here. You won't be reminded of how pitifully the livestock was killed…
and, er, burned.