Dog in NRW: teenager (17) is bitten in the face by four-legged friends - he just wanted to do THAT


Dog in NRW: teenager (17) is bitten in the face by four-legged friends – he just wanted to do THAT

In North Rhine-Westphalia, a 17-year-old was bitten in the face by a dog. What the owner then does is incredible. (Symbol image)

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Hagen. In NRW became a 17 year old of one dog bitten in the face and seriously injured in the process. He had to be taken to a hospital and admitted to the hospital.

He had that dog actually done nothing. On Monday the complaint went to the dog owner NRW Out.

Dog in NRW: dog bites boy – he just wanted to do THAT

The incident occurred in Hagen on September 9, but was only reported to the police on Monday. According to the injured person, he was out on Eugen-Richter-Straße at 11.35 a.m. during the school break. Accompanied by a classmate, he met a woman who was leading a dog on a leash.


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He asked if he could pet the dog. The owner allowed this, but warned the boy that her animal might bite. That didn’t bother the 17-year-old. But when trying to stroke the animal, the dog suddenly bit down – right in the face.

Dog in NRW: police are looking for owner

The young man from Hagen was seriously injured by the bite and had to be treated in hospital. The dog owner just went on with her dog without taking care of the injured person.


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The animal is said to be a boxer mixed breed – big as a German shepherd and with a gray-brown brindle coat. The Hagen police are now investigating negligent bodily harm and failure to provide assistance against the dog owner. In fact, she turned herself in to the police on Thursday afternoon. She called the headquarters and is now being questioned by the police officers. However, she is still looking for witnesses, please call 02331 986 2066 for information. (Mbo)

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