gnn9.com :http://www.gnn9.com/index.php: Global News Network 9
A dog sitter has been caught throwing a puppy around a living room on its horrified owner's secret security camera.
The woman, who has not been named, was hired to watch the young labrador by Amanda Roy and her husband, who live in Victorville, California.
The woman was caught throwing the dog onto a hard floor while dog sitting
She then stands watching the Labrador puppy as it limps around
But the couple were horrified to see the woman slamming their dog to the floor after receiving a motion alert on their phone from a security camera.
In footage of the incident, the puppy, named Lucy, can be seen laying stunned before struggling to her feet, stumbling around while the sitter watches.
The husband was able to yell at the women via the security system and tell her to leave.
She apologised and left the couple's home.
Lucy was checked over by a vet and had not suffered any injuries, but Animal Control is now looking into the incident.
Speaking to local outlet ABC7, Amanda said: "It's heartbreaking because the reason we use a pet sitter is because we love our pet and we don't want to leave her unattended for very long because she is a baby.
"So we trusted someone to come into our home and look after a pet that we consider a family member."
The puppy sitter had been hired through the Rover app.
A statement issued by the company after the incident said: "The activity depicted in this video is shocking and appalling.
"We have permanently deactivated this sitter from our platform and will continue to investigate.
"Any incident of this nature is extremely rare on our platform, and we take it very seriously.
"Additionally, we have offered to pay for any veterinary expenses that may have been incurred as a result of this incident.
"We have been assisting local law enforcement with their investigation and will continue to offer support."
Dog owner Amanda Roy said the incident was 'heartbreaking'
Dog sitting app Rover said it had permanently removed the woman from its service
- The Sun
]" alt="Dog sitter caught throwing puppy around living room on horrified owner's secret security camera">
Bengaluru, May 11 (IANS):
Bengaluru's former civic Corporator and rowdy sheeter V. Nagaraj alias Bomb Naga, wanted in a money-laundering case, was arrested after a hot chase at Arcot village in Tamil Nadu's Vellore district, said police on Thursday.
"On a tipoff, our special team caught and arrested
and his two sons --
-- after chasing a vehicle in which they attempted to escape from Arcot," city's Additional Commissioner of Police Hemant Nimbalkar told reporters here.
Arcot is around 235 km from Bengaluru across the Karnataka border in the neighbouring southern state.
"The accused will be brought to the city on transit remand from Vellore and produced before a local court on Friday for our custody to interrogate them in the money-laundering case," said Nimbalkar.
The three had been on the run evading arrest since April 14 when the police raided their residence at Srirampura in the city's western suburb and seized banned currency notes worth Rs 14.8 crore that were kept to exchange for new notes.
The city police formed four special teams to search Nagaraj after a civil court issued an arrest warrant against him in the case registered under Section 7 of the Specified Bank Notes (Cessation of Liabilities) Act 2017.
A local court on May 5 also rejected Nagaraj's anticipatory bail application he filed through his lawyer on April 17, fearing arrest for allegedly exchanging the demonetised Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 notes with new notes for a hefty commission.
Nagaraj, 54, was an independent Corporator of the Bengaluru City Corporation from the Prakashnagar civic ward in the city's western suburb from 2002 to 2007.
]" alt="Bengaluru: Rowdy Bomb Naga, sons Gandhi and Shastri arrested">
© 2012 - 2019 gnn9.com :: Global News Network 9 | GNN9 Media
[ S A H ]
Terms & Conditions