After an attack lasting 40 minutes, she pretended to be dead and waited until she thought it was safe to move then managed to get into a nearby barn.
Nijamul Islam arrived in a car but was too scared to get out, so Ms Obuchowski had to drag herself to the vehicle.What a prince!
Mr Hardy said when Islam found out what had happened he said: 'Why have you called an ambulance, now I am going to have a big problem.'
He told Ms Obuchowski: 'Remember, tell the police you were attacked on the road.'And I thought my estimation couldn't get any lower. I was wrong. How does a person like this managed to be trusted to produce four-legged weapons?
At St Albans Crown Court today Nijamul Islam, who ran the compound, was jailed for two and half years after pleading guilty to two charges of being in charge of a dog which was dangerously out of control.
Islam, of Farm Road in Edgware, north London, also admitted being in breach of an order disqualifying him from keeping dogs and four charges of causing unnecessary suffering to dogs.
He was banned in 2012 from keeping any animals for 10 years by magistrates in Bedford because of his ill treatment of dogs in a similar operation. He had also been given a five month sentence suspended for two years.Wasn't anyone checking?
Islam also had a conviction for keeping a brothel dating back to 2007 when he appeared at Southwark Crown Court. The court heard the father-of-three was now working as a cab controller earning £600 per week.
His barrister, Mr Joe Sidhu QC, asked that he be given credit for his guilty pleas on the day of his trial and he had spared the victim from having to give evidence.Well, you can't say he isn't trying his best for his client, I suppose...
Judge John Plumstead was told several people worked at the farm, where dogs to be used in the security industry were allegedly trained. After the attack, police found 101 animals on the site. The judge was told the conditions for the animals were 'appalling' with filthy cages covered in urine and faeces.
Mr Hardy said a veterinary surgeon who visited the farm after the attack at the request of the RSPCA was shocked by what she found. The court heard 40 dogs had to be put down because of their temperaments and the two dogs which attacked Beata were later destroyed.Don't these sort of premises require some kind of inspection?
East Herts Chief Inspector Gerry McDonald said: 'Islam had a total disregard for the welfare of his employee, who had only been working there for a few days when the incident occurred.
'The significant sentence handed down to Islam today reflects the seriousness of his crimes and I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the police officers, in particular, the officer in the case DC Jan Hollis, and RSPCA inspectors who worked hard to bring this case to court.'I'd be a bit happier about your self-congratulation if there was some evidence you'd done something before a kennel maid wound up being used as a chew toy...