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Well they call them animals...so...who really are the beasts?

 

https://www.timesnownews.com/mirror-now/civic-issues/article/disgusting-drunkard-bites-off-dog-s-ear-in-west-bengal-s-hooghly-district/279803

 

n a shocking case of animal cruelty, a man bit off an ear of a stray dog in West Begal's Hooghly district. He was caught by locals and handed over to the police when they hear the painful cries of the dog.

 
Man bites dog in West Bengal
The accused, Sambhunath Dhali, aged 35, was booked on charges of animal cruelty for the shocking act. (Representative image) |Photo Credit: Thinkstock

Kolkata: In a bizarre turn of events, a drunkard in Hooghly district of West Bengal bit off the ear of a stray dog. The accused, Sambhunath Dhali, aged 35, was booked on charges of animal cruelty for the shocking act after his neighbours handed him over to the police for the ghastly act. 

According to a report in Times of India, Dhali was employed as a construction worker and was known to be an alcoholic. He was a constant source of discord in the neighbourhood and would often pick fights after getting drunk at night.

Dhali often slept on the pavements and street dogs would bark at him. On one night when the dogs were barking at him, an inebriated Dhali did the unthinkable - he grabbed one of the dogs and ripped off its ear with his teeth.

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Upon this, the other dogs of the street attacked him as the canine whose ear had been bitten off writhed in pain. The drunkard managed to shoo the dogs away but the commotion by the time woke up the people in the neighbourhood.

They beat him up before handing him over to the authorities who produced him in the court. He was subsequently ordered to stay in jail pending a judgement.

Shocking incidents of animal cruelty have been reported from all over the country in the recent past. A few weeks earlier, seven puppies were found murdered in a posh Delhi locality. In August, five puppies were found beheaded and thrown in a dumpster in Hyderabad.

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let the video speak a thousand words of wisdom

 

 

 

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Heartless people in that shanty town called Dwarka are killing puppies. Hope Karma gets to them fast.

https://www.dnaindia.com/delhi/report-seven-dogs-found-dead-in-dwarka-2652554

 new case of brutality against animals came to light on Monday with as many as seven dogs killed mercilessly after being tortured in the Dwarka area. The police are trying to zero in on the culprits by scanning footage of CCTVs installed in the area. A case under relevant sections of Animal Cruelty has been registered.

According to the police, an animal activist in Kargil Apartments, Sector 18, Dwarka made a call to the control room regard the dogs' killings.

"A police team reached the spot and called the veterinary van. Thereafter, all dogs were sent to Dabri Veterinary Hospital where the doctor declared them dead. The canines were allegedly subjected to inhuman torture before being killed. The police are probing whether it was the handiwork of single person or group of fanatic individuals are behind the incident," said DCP (Dwarka) Anto Alphonse.

Police said that the bodies of the dogs have been sent for autopsy in order to determine the extent of cruelty and to know if the animals were put to sedation prior to being killed.

"A case under section 429 of the Indian Penal Code and 11L Animal cruelty Act is being registered as per post mortem reports and further investigation is underway," the senior cop further said.

Earlier this month, another such case of animal cruelty was reported when a drunkard mercilessly butchered five puppies and threw them in the garbage after they barked at him. One of the five puppies was brutally flayed and then beheaded. The killer could not be caught as the CCTV cameras installed in the area were out of order.

 

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