Well, the Sun is the worst rag in England (or so I am told by several friends there)....I'll do a bit of looking to see if I can corroborate the story.
Tru but in this case its not the first time something like this has been reported..........What can you expect from a country that allows horse to be slaughtered at special butchers shops...............
I don't doubt it - but the in the picture there aren't any wound marks...like redness or blood. This didn't actually happen in England tho - twas on an island in the Indian Ocean (without a doubt under British control)
I"m a skeptic - don't believe everything I see unless I can find corroborating information
manta..... i dont mean to be picky,,, but i am British and can asure you that this did not happen in a british country, abd if you look back at the report, it happened in a French island ,not British. and the shear fact it was reported on the britsh RSPCA web page is enough to prove it as fact for me. ( there is a whole world of difference between being Britsh and French) and im sure any french instructors on here would agree with me.
If you find yourselves at 40m having an argument about who's more narked....it's probably time to go up.
Alright allready, can ya just get that freakin photo off this thread please!!!
NO !! Sorry M8 but its there for a reason !! I also find it pretty disgusting but if the photo is to horrible to look at, then don't! What i will do is just put the link so if people want to look then they can. OK?
Thought you all might like to know what happened in the end.......... By IAN HEPBURN SHOCK new pictures of a pup used as shark bait were revealed yesterday as the man behind the atrocity walked free from court.
The little labrador had a wired hook driven through a paw so it could be dragged through the sea to attract sharks.
It is a different pup to the one pictured in The Sun last week with similar hooks in its snout and leg.
Our exposé of the horrors inflicted on strays on French-controlled Reunion Island, near Mauritius, led to the court appearance of Jean-Claude Clain, 51.
The dad of three was convicted of cruelty. But more outrage erupted yesterday after he escaped with a puny three-month SUSPENDED jail sentence.
Paul Littlefair of the RSPCA said: “We would have hoped for a far stronger deterrent. This is very disappointing.”
More than 33,000 Britons have signed an RSPCA petition demanding an end to the savagery.
The pup in our pictures is recovering and has been adopted by a family.