MPSJ council employees irritate social media users with ‘terrible’ and ‘aggressive’ managing capture of roaming dog

MPSJ council employees irritate social media users with ‘terrible’ and ‘aggressive’ managing capture of roaming dog

MPSJ officials dragging a stray dog to their van, as it cries in pain, despite a man's efforts to stop them. — Screengrab via Facebook/We Are Malaysian
MPSJ authorities dragging a stray pet dog to their van, as it

cries in pain, regardless of a man’s efforts to stop them.– Screengrab through Facebook/We Are Malaysian PETALING JAYA, Oct 4– The Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) came under social networks scrutiny the other day when a video submitted to Facebook revealed Council workers strongly attempting to capture a stray.A video published on the We Are Malaysians Facebook page yesterday has actually given that received over 1,000 views and almost 1,500 shares.In the clip, a group of seven or eight MPSJ council employees, animal control staff were seen gathering around a car, where the roaming was looking for safety.Despite continued pleas from the female taping the video to the MPSJ officials to stop, the authorities carried on anyhow and dragged the wailing dog out from under the car.A male, presumably the female’s spouse, tried to stop them as the bad pet dog was dragged out by its paw and was undoubtedly shrieking in pain.The lady

was left in tears as she screamed, “Don’t do that! It does not bite!”, as the MPSJ authorities kept dragging the pet back to their action van.

A screenshot of the MPSJ official flinging the dog into the van by its neck. — Screengrab via Facebook/We Are Malaysian
< img src="https://media.malaymail.com/uploads/articles/2019/2019-10/cruelty_Pic1_20191004.jpg"alt= "A screenshot of the MPSJ authorities flinging the canine into the van by its neck.-- Screengrab via Facebook/We Are Malaysian

“title=”A screenshot of the MPSJ official flinging the canine into the van by its neck.– Screengrab by means of Facebook/We Are Malaysian”width =”800″height =” 436 “> A screenshot of the MPSJ authorities flinging the pet dog into the van by its neck.– Screengrab via Facebook/We Are Malaysian She continued to plead and plead with the

officials to “not capture the canine” due to the fact that it never hurt anybody and she used to feed it since it did not have a house, as they proceeded to fling the pet by the neck into their van.Confronting the council workers over the inhumane treatment, the man said,”God does not excuse the harm of animals,”to which the council employees physically stepped in and even resorted to

using vulgar language.They then said the couple was disrupting the work of public officers and they had no reason to be filming.MPSJ officials then asked the set to “make a report” if it is, in fact, their dog, as they then left the scene.Social media users

didn’t take kindly to the mindset of the MPSJ officials as numerous commented on their frustration with the council workers. Social media users’reactions to the video.– Screengrab via Facebook/We Are Malaysians Numerous

criticised the aggressive handling of the dog, saying that the authorities did not have compassion since the dog is a living

animal too and can feeling emotions such as discomfort and anguish. “The owners were already there, they must have provided a stern caution and inquired to look for a dog license instead,

that would have been more professional,” wrote a user.Others safeguarded the public officers saying that they were just doing their task, as a grievance had been made, and said that the owners need to have kept the pet dog at home.MPSJ has not reacted to a demand for a remark when called by Malay Mail.

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