Gary Vicary, from Roe Drive in Norwich, said he felt “victimised” by the university as he was unable to stop his dog Monty from attacking the animal.If you can't control your dog, you shouldn't have one.
Mr Vicary said the campus and Earlham Park were the only places where he felt safe walking through due to CCTV coverage of the area.CCTV is everywhere these days.
“It’s really important for me because it’s right on my doorstep and I have been using that route for four years,” he said.Ah, entitlement. It's a toss up between who displays it more often, the disabled or dog owners.
Say, this guy doesn't own a bicycle as well, does he?
FFS - it was a grey tree rat, not a cuddly, flea riddled kitten!
Say, this guy doesn't own a bicycle as well, does he?"
LOL but I doubt he does after this:
"FFS - it was a grey tree rat, not a cuddly, flea riddled kitten!"
Which it might be next time. Or some elderly lady's poodle. Now that the beast has a taste for it...
"...I doubt he does after this..."
I wonder what the result of the Health and Safety Executive investigation was..?
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