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Dog dragged behind car in south Thailand - motorcyclist hits corpse and winds up in hospital

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Dog dragged behind car in south Thailand - motorcyclist hits corpse and winds up in hospital

 

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A video posed by "Jo Ruangrat" on Facebook showed an Isuzu MU-X car dragging a dog along a road in the Tha Chang area of Surat Thani in southern Thailand. 

 

The poster said the driver was an old man and they tried to get the driver to stop but he wouldn't. 

 

The dog - a brown and white Thai breed - eventually became detached and caused a serious accident.

 

In another Facebook post on the page of Wilairat Narkpradit  the poster said that a relative called Chainat Thongmark, 67, hit the dog's corpse on his way home and came off his motorcycle. 

 

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Daily News showed pictures of Chainat with facial injuries and an injured right arm. 

 

No reason was given as to why the original car might have been dragging the dog behind it. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

 

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1 hour ago, TooBigToFit said:

It doesn't actually say that the driver knew the dog was there.

Why would anyone tie a dog to a car?

I wouldn't even think of doing this, I wouldn't want to accidentally forget the dog and have something horrible like this happen... I bet he did it on purpose

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There is a good way to get rid of this. First let´s eliminate all strays. After that, implement a tax on dag that the owners have to pay. Already there we solved a lot of the problems. If a dog runs free roaming the streets or if an owner does something bad to a dog, let´s put a heavy fine on it and some jail time.

Everything is easy when you put logical solutions into the equation, but that was just a dream....just a dream as REM once sang.

 

To me it looks like the motorcycle man did not wear a helmet. He was lucky to get away that easy. Just up with the notebook and pecil. Fine the man if that is the case.

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Not the first time, unfortunately.. 😩

 

 

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15 minutes ago, kotsak said:

Not the first time, unfortunately.. 😩

 

 

makes me vomit and feeling aggressv

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8 hours ago, SanookTeufel said:

Why would anyone tie a dog to a car?

I wouldn't even think of doing this, I wouldn't want to accidentally forget the dog and have something horrible like this happen... I bet he did it on purpose

Where did you read the bit about "tying a dog to the car" ??

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12 hours ago, TooBigToFit said:

It doesn't actually say that the driver knew the dog was there.

Maybe he/she should have responded to those who tried to stop him. As stated in the article

 

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Judging by the colour of the dogs paws to its body I would say the poor animal was alive when dragged and tried to stay on its feet as best as possible. They look like red raw from being dragged.

People here are seriously messed up when it comes to animal cruelty!!

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21 hours ago, Matzzon said:

Everything is easy when you put logical solutions into the equation, but that was just a dream....just a dream as REM once sang.

What did the dog do wrong ?

It is nearly always people who cause problems . Your " dream " is a nightmare for others .

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