In a flurry of savage swipes the man is alleged to have knifed Tyson 23 times as the animal cowered blood-soaked in owner Daisy Jenkins’ arms.
A blood-stained knife recovered from the scene was bent at a right angle, apparently by the force of the attack.Apparently, her dog got into a fight with the dog of the
The heartbroken mother-of-three, 41, whose hip was cut during the frenzy, said: “We were just clinging together right up against the fence trying to keep away from the knives.
“I could feel bleeding but I just held him tightly. I thought if I pretended to be dead he would leave us alone.
“After that I just kept saying to Tyson: ‘Hang on, please hang on. Pull through’.So not only did he stab the dog (appalling enough), he stabbed a woman during the commission of it. In broad daylight in a crowded London street!
Witness Allison Havey was on her way home from a meeting in central London when she saw a crowd of people running from the scene. The freelance photographer, from Agincourt Road in Hampstead, said: “She (Ms Jenkins) was covered in blood and hysterical.
“It was a blood bath, just terrible with this beautiful, sad woman covered in blood.
“She just said to me: ‘Please help. “Help me make my dog live’.”
A vet was called to try to save Tyson, but the 42kg bulldog died on the footpath.This was a brutal and senseless attack. This wasn't an attempt by a man to defend his pet, despite the story he's giving the 'Daily Mail', which has holes in it you could drive a truck through, this was pure revenge for a ‘slight’. The man must be utterly unhinged.
The vet, from the Village Vet in Belsize Terrace, said he had never seen such horrific injuries. He said: “There were a total of 23 stab wounds and there were enough deeply penetrating the abdomen – any of which could have hit a major vessel and killed him.”.And what did the police do, to rid the streets of such a dangerous madman?
Police arrested a 41-year-old man on suspicion of causing criminal damage. He has been bailed to return to a police station at a later date.I…
What, that’s it?!? Are you kidding me?
A police spokeswoman said: “It is criminal damage as the dog is classed as property – there are other offences which it could come under but this is the most substantial crime.”*speechless*