Sunday, October 4, 2015

LONDON, ONTARIO CANADA - A LEASHED PIT BULL WALKING WITH A MAN LUNGED UP AT A WOMAN WALKING IN THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION BITING HER ON THE CHIN - THEN THE NUT AND HIS PIT CONTINUED ON WITHOUT A WORD TO THE VICTIM


Police in London Ontario, are looking for a man and a dog after a woman was bitten on the chin.
Police say a 49-year-old woman was walking on Oxford Street west of Cherryhill Boulevard on Saturday afternoon when a man with a leashed dog approached from the opposite direction.
Investigators say as the man and dog passed the woman, the dog lunged at her and bit her on the chin.
Police say the man and dog continued on without any conversation with the woman, who was taken to hospital for treatment of minor injuries.
The man is described as white, in his 20s, five-foot-five, with a slim build, blonde short hair and was carrying a guitar.
The dog is described as a muscular "pitbull" with a solid reddish-brown colour and police want the owner to come forward with the animal's vaccination records.
By The Canadian Press



2 comments:

Dayna Hamilton said...

Just normal behavior on the part of the pit AND the owner.

Anonymous said...

And BSL doesn't work! Because if you had BSL, the pit bull would be required to be muzzled while out in public. We wouldn't want pit bulls to be denied their God given right to bite whatever happens to be in their vicinity!