Cleveland Police has said that under current legislation, the force will only investigate if a person is injured or in reasonable fear of being injured.”Hmmm, ok.
Mr Fisher was knocked backwards to the floor as the dogs savaged him, while others set upon Sansa.
"As I fell, I twisted," he told Teesside Live. "There was a dog on top of me, I thought it's going to take my bloody throat out here, they were growling, they were crackers.
"I went through all those news flashes, people being set upon by their family pet and being killed or maimed."Clearly, he was indeed in reasonable fear of being injured. So when are you bluelighting to his addr...
A Cleveland Police spokeswoman confirmed the incident had been reported.
She added: "However, there has not been a crime committed and the owner of the dog has been advised regarding civil action."Does the poor sod have to wait until the beast's owner misgenders someone?