After Mrs Moy’s wound had been dressed, she contacted police to report the dog attack.
Officers discovered the animal had escaped from a nearby house and had warned the owners to keep it under control.
That's it? That's all
But Mrs Moy believes tougher action should have been taken.
“This dog was very strong and vicious,” she said. “What if it attacks a child next time it gets out on to the street?
“I really think there should be stronger legislation, so that dogs which have proved themselves to be dangerous should be taken away from their owners.”
Yeah, that'd be nice, wouldn't it? But all the evidence seems to say it ain't gonna happen
until the relevant authorities have to bear the consequences of inaction, and not the public.
'Plodshrug' may result when one set of dumb, dirty and dangerous creatures empathises with another.
"Melvinshrug"-a new word I have just made up. It means when you have been caught in a lie you deflect criticism by writing a witty repost in Latin.
GG After Mrs Moy’s wound had been dressed GG
What as? The Pirates of Penzance, (Or however it is written) maybe?
Or dressed as Florence of Arabia?
@ WC Jaded
Modest efforts to be fair and honest stem from respect for others as well as for myself.
Google undoubtedly helped you discover that part of my recent reply was borrowed from Roman satire. But were you truthful in stating the 'repost' was in Latin?
Yes and no. Thus you have need of Google again, dear. :)
""Melvinshrug"-a new word I have just made up. It means when you have been caught in a lie you deflect criticism by writing a witty repost in Latin."
Haemorrhoid induced insomnia made memorable by a single unattentive application of Fiery Jack, Julia?
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