TOKYO (AFP) - A scare in Japan over radioactive beef spread on Sunday with more parts of the country reporting contaminated meat, four months after March's quake and tsunami triggered a nuclear disaster. Meat from 132 cattle that ate straw tainted with high levels of radioactive caesium are known to have been shipped across the country, according to local media including national network NHK and the Asahi Shimbun. Of the 47 prefectures in Japan, contaminated meat is believed to have been shipped to 36 of them and consumed in 31, NHK said, including Tokyo.