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Man in terrace house along Pasir Ris violently assaults dog

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Facebook user Maimunah Mohadi had uploaded two videos showing a man hitting, kicking, dragging and lifting a dog by its neck on a leash. Her post has been shared over 7000 times and has caused much outrage online.
The incident allegedly happened this morning (May 23) at a terrace house in Loyang Green this morning. A man without shirt is seen scolding the Husky before dragging it forcefully around by its leash several times. Two other dogs were also in the vieo.
The videos shows the man talking down to a Husky and forcefully dragging it around by its leash numerous times, in the presence of two other dogs. The man was also seen punching the dog once in the face and kicking it twice. Maimunah said in her Facebook that she has reported the incident to the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority of Singapore (AVA).

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