OAP an ‘absolute danger to society’ after battering dog and its owner with stick


An OAP has been branded an ‘absolute danger to society’ after attacking a dog and its owner with a stick.

The pensioner’s out-of-control animal had already attacked the dog before the man threatened the pair and battered them with the stick.

The incident happened on Holmes Chapel Road, in Congleton – near the junction with Congleton High School – at 5.56pm on Saturday, September 18.

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In a social media appeal, the victim’s mum states: “My son and his dogs were attacked and beaten with a stick. It has been reported to the police. My son said quite a few cars passed by.

“The person who did this is an absolute danger to society and any witnesses would be good to make sure he gets the help he needs and is taken off our streets ASAP.”

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Cheshire Police are appealing for witnesses.

A police spokesman said: “Police have received a report of a disturbance on Holmes Chapel Road.

“A man was walking his dogs on the lead when another dog, said to be off the lead, approached his dogs and attacked one of them.

“The other dog owner – a man believed to be in his 70s – is said to have struck the man and his dog with a stick and made threats.”

Witnesses should call the police on 101, quoting incident number 1088114.

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