Scots locals left outraged after canine proprietor noticed kicking pooch throughout argument

SCOTS locals have been left outraged after a canine proprietor was caught kicking his pooch throughout an argument “over a lighter”.

Evie Clarke was at residence final week when she heard an aggressive argument ensuing exterior her home in Musselburgh, East Lothian.

The 50-year-old appeared from her backyard, the place she says she noticed a person standing on the street screaming at a girl, while his leashed pup sat close by.

Care employee Evie whipped her telephone out to report when she caught the person apparently booting his canine’s underside because it sat on the grass.

Stunning footage exhibits the person in a screaming match with a girl – who’s off-screen – as the massive brown canine sits on the grass close by.

The unidentified man and the unseen girl seem like arguing over the latter strolling away, while the person claims he’s “attempting to get a f***ing lighter”.

The pair proceed swearing at one another as the person shouts: “F**ok off.”

In a horrifying second, he then approaches the canine on the grass as Evie could be heard gasping in horror.

The digicam stabilises to indicate the person showing to punch after which kick the canine within the chest, knocking it to the bottom.

The pooch cowers as the person angrily shouts one thing unintelligible earlier than yanking the canine’s lead and escorting it away.

The thug then nonchalantly wanders down the highway together with his pup as vehicles move him by.

Evie took to social media final week in a plea with the general public to assist establish the person.

She wrote within the put up: “Don’t know who these persons are she was known as Charlie, however he kicked that canine out of anger about 20 seconds in. Sending to SSPCA. It was over a lighter.

“Animal cruelty.”

The put up obtained dozens of likes and feedback as horrified locals shared their ideas on the put up.

Pictured: The horrific second. (C)

One particular person wrote: “Oh my God. This makes me really feel sick. That poor, poor canine. He doesn’t even need to be known as a human. Wants locked up.”

One other mentioned: “Individuals who abuse animals shouldn’t be allowed to maintain them. I hope he’s recognized, and that poor canine eliminated to be rehomed with somebody who will love him the way in which he deserves.”

A 3rd commented: “Completely disgusting, sickening behaviour. The poor canine. I hope he’s caught for this abuse and karma catches up with him.”

A fourth added: “Absolute cretin. That poor canine.”

Chatting with Evie as we speak, she mentioned: “It was within the Clayknowes space of Musselburgh on Friday 27 October.

“I heard a really aggressive argument from inside my home, so I went to my backyard and stood on a chair to see what the noise was (this can be a actually quiet residential space, normally).

“There was a person holding a canine, screaming at a girl, so I began to movie it. At that time, I believed he may go for her. I didn’t even take into consideration the canine.

“It was solely when she began to depart, he went again to the canine who had been mendacity ready on the grass, punched it and kicked it within the chest.

“It occurred so shortly and unexpectedly. He then walked off with the canine. I known as the police, who couldn’t assist as I didn’t have his title and suggested I name the SSPCA – which I did.

“I shared the video […] and a number of other folks got here ahead with the identical title and an handle which I additionally handed onto the SSPCA.

“Horrible man and from my understanding by way of social media, he’s not a really good man to ladies or canines.

“I simply actually hope they handle to do one thing in order that canine has a greater future with a loving household.”

In an replace on Sunday, Evie mentioned: “We now have a reputation and an handle for this man, so hopefully justice will likely be finished.

“I gained’t hear although, until he’s prosecuted – which, as you understand, takes a while. Thanks to everybody for serving to and particularly those that got here ahead.

“Thank God for social media in any other case I’d have gotten nowhere, and that canine would have nobody to assist him.

“Let’s hope he has a greater future.”

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