Man will get suspended jail time period for stamping on his pet canine 15 occasions in video described by RSPCA because the WORST their inspector had ever seen
- Matthew Hurst, 23, from Wigan, carried out the assault on his pet Congo
- Video reveals him stamping on the canine earlier than slamming it onto the ground
- He has been disqualified from maintaining animals for ten years
That is the stunning second a person from Wigan stamped on his canine repeatedly within the worst beating seen by one RSPCA inspector.
Matthew Hurst, 23, carried out the horrific assault on Congo after he both urinated or defecated on the ground, a courtroom heard.
Hurst was captured on video stamping on his pet earlier than grabbing its head and slamming it onto the ground.
The video was despatched to the RSPCA in April by a member of the general public.
Matthew Hurst, 23, carried out the horrific assault on Congo after he both urinated or defecated on the ground, a courtroom heard
Hurst was captured on video stamping on his pet earlier than grabbing its head and slamming it onto the ground. The video was despatched to the RSPCA in April by a member of the general public
Ryan King from the animal charity mentioned: ‘The video confirmed a person sitting on a settee, watching a black bull breed canine both urinating or defecating on the ground.
‘The person then stands up and proceeds to stamp on the canine together with his foot round 15 occasions with nice pressure, shouting: ‘What are you doing.’
‘He then reaches all the way down to the canine, which is now mendacity on the ground, grabs it by the pinnacle and slams the canine onto the ground once more with nice pressure a number of occasions.’
Congo was taken to the RSPCA’s animal hospital however was discovered not have any severe bodily accidents.
Vets analysed the video and mentioned Congo would have suffered ‘worry, misery and ache’ through the beating.
Hurst was charged with inflicting pointless struggling to an animal, opposite to Part 4 (1) of the Animal Welfare Act 2006.
At Wigan Magistrates’ Courtroom on November 17 he was disqualified from maintaining animals for ten years.
The RSPCA mentioned he was additionally handed a suspended 16-week jail time period.
Hurst must undertake 20 rehabilitation exercise requirement days, perform 120 hours of unpaid work, and pay £2,558 in courtroom prices and a £120 sufferer surcharge.
Congo can be rehomed after he was signed over to the RSPCA by Hurst.