Supposedly, monsters aren’t real, but with the kind of things that are happening in the world, it’s hard to ignore the fact that we are, in fact, living among them. Humans are monsters and those heartless people brutalising mute and defenseless animals surely have a special place in hell.
In a recent case of animal cruelty, three men in UP’s Hathras area, kidnapped a pet dog and took turns to rape the pooch.
The incident occurred at Jalesar Road area when the accused kidnapped the canine from its owner's house and raped it. The three accused have been identified as Dinesh Kumar, Satish and Ashok.
According to a TOI report, the owner Santosh Devi said the accused is known to her family and lives next door at a rented accommodation.
The dog owner said the accused lured her with an egg and raped her last Thursday. All three accused were said to be drunk when they raped the Pomeranian dog.
According to the owner Santosh Devi, she did not get alarmed when her pet disappeared after 10 pm, thinking it must be somewhere around. But she got worried when the pooch didn’t turn up till 6 am next morning. That’s when she started looking for it.
The woman later found the dog in an unconscious state at Dinesh's home. She alleged that the canine was in a critical condition. The owner also said that the dog had suffered severe internal injuries during the beastly sexual assault.
Parvesh Rana, Station House Officer (SHO) of Hathras police station said they had filed a case and a probe is underway in the case. The people who committed the crime have been booked under Section 11 (Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act and Section) and 377 (unnatural offence) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).
In a similar incident that took place in Chennai, a man was arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting four newborn puppies.
The 30-year-old man identified as Bhaskar, a Madhavaram resident, was caught on CCTV performing the unspeakable act in an empty ground at Mathur near Madhavaram on March 14.
He was seen sexually abusing pups at the second cross street in MMDA colony after which passersby lashed out. Following this heinous canine brutality, animal rights activist Sai Vignesh's police complaint led to his arrest on March 27, nearly two weeks after the report.