Two teens arrested for animal cruelty over shocking video that shows puppy being hurled & punched
People who would amuse themselves by doing this to a dog is a danger to other human beings as well. Normal, well adjusted human beings just don’t do thing like this…
A graphic video showing a boy viciously throwing and punching a puppy has gone viral and led to the arrests of two teenagers.
The shocking 32-second clip was posted Tuesday on a Facebook page associated with Coat Keshawn, of St Louis, Missouri.
The video begins with a teen grabbing a light-brown pit bull puppy under his front paws and hurling the animal over his head.
Another boy, who presumably shot the video, could be heard laughing in the background as his friend slams the pooch to the ground.
He picks up the pet and flips him over his head a second time before pinning the pit bull down and repeatedly punching him.
The horrifying video ends with the smiling teen again grabbing the listless puppy under his front paws, with his hind legs dangling in the air, and carrying him toward the house.
Two kids with this little empathy for other living creatures are just accidents waiting to happen. I have no idea if either of these kids has a criminal record, but at a minimum, both of them need to be punished and if it’s not already too late, they need a lot of therapy. Let me empasize — A LOT OF THERAPY.
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