Mumbai: Drunk man assaults dog in South Bombay, social activist warns of legal action; watch video

The dog is identified as Tiger, and the man abusing him is a brother to the dog's caretaker, Shanti.

FPJ Web DeskUpdated: Tuesday, January 03, 2023, 02:10 PM IST
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Mumbai: Drunk man allegedly abuses dog in South Bombay, social activist warns of legal action |

Mumbai: A drunk man was seen assaulting a dog in a video shot near the Horniman circle gate in South Mumbai. The incident reportedly took place on December 31.

The stray dog is identified as Tiger, and the man abusing him is a brother to the dog's caretaker, Shanti.

In the shocking video, one can see that the man is holding the dog's collar and pulling him while attempting to hit on his face.

Social activist warns of legal action

Soon after the video reached Sneha, a social activist associated with Just Smile Charitable Trust visited the spot and had a conversation with the caretaker. The caretaker Shanti, then clarified that the man is her brother and admitted he abuses dogs when being in an inebriated state.

Sneha then warned the caretaker to talk to her brother and warned that if any such incident happens in the future, she'll register a case with the police which may lead to his arrest.

Shanti then agreed to talk to her drunkard brother assuring such an incident doesn't happen in future.

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