I've recently dragged a couple of carcasses off the roadside so they are out of sight of the public and notified the local authority to come and remove them. In both cases the local authority has actually been very prompt in doing so and letting me know they have been dealt with.
In one case a car pulled over to ask if I needed a hand and they asked about taking it home and eating it and I was able to explain that it was not a good idea as they the animal had not been observed prior to death and had not been taken by a legal killing method, therefore there was no way to know if it might be carrying disease. They went away better informed and I think quite happy with their new knowledge.
I was thinking of getting some "Not for human consumption" tags to carry in the car which could then be clipped onto such carcasses to try and dissuade Joe Public from popping the carcass in the car to take home and eat.
Just wanted to get the views of some of you guys to see if you do similar or if there is a sensible alternative?