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A man has sparked indignation after allegedly beating his dog in a brutal attack in broad daylight

& # 39; There are some bad people in this world & # 39 ;: chasing a man accused of beating his pet Staffie so badly that it was bleeding and vomiting in the street

  • A man was seen on Thursday who struck his dog in a nauseating attack in broad daylight
  • Photos show the man leaning over the dog and holding a large look in his hand
  • The man allegedly kicked the dog and hit him repeatedly with a stick
  • Local residents are furious and have launched a hunt for the man
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Sydneysiders are looking for a man who is accused of beating his dog so hard that he bleed and vomited in a pathogenic daylight attack.

Photos show the man holding a large walking stick, pushing the dog down while he is on the road, before picking him up and walking away.

Blood and vomit can be seen on the road where the Staffordshire Bull Terrier had previously laid.

The man allegedly kicked the dog and hit him repeatedly with a stick on a footpath in Marrickville – he only stopped when a man tried to intervene.

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A man has sparked indignation after allegedly beating his dog in a brutal attack in broad daylight

A man has sparked indignation after allegedly beating his dog in a brutal attack in broad daylight

The man is accused of kicking his dog and beating him with a stick

The man is accused of kicking his dog and beating him with a stick

The man is accused of kicking his dog and beating him with a stick

& # 39; I saw him hit the dog with a stick on the a **, I went up to him and approached him and he left, "witness Adrian Napoli said on Facebook.

& # 39; I then started looking for him and while I was walking I saw the extent of the damage and he was gone. & # 39;

The photos & # 39; s that have been shared almost 3,000 times on Facebook have enraged the local community.

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& # 39; I feel absolutely sick after seeing this, & # 39; a woman remarked. & # 39; There are some seriously bad people in this world. & # 39;

Another woman called on the man to show empathy for his pet.

& # 39; Just because your pet cannot express his pain and pain, you cannot just torture him as a lifeless toy, & # 39; she wrote.

An NSW Police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia that they are aware of the incident and are conducting investigations in cooperation with the RSPCA & # 39 ;.

The dog was so wounded that he was bleeding and vomiting on Marrickville Street footpath

The dog was so wounded that he was bleeding and vomiting on Marrickville Street footpath

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The dog was so wounded that he was bleeding and vomiting on Marrickville Street footpath

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