Cop Berates Husky Pup For Eating Police Documents

Story By: John Feng, Sub Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency: Asia Wire Report

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This is the moment an angry cop berates a seemingly unrepentant husky puppy after it went on the rampage in their offices and tore up paperwork.

Officers at the Dongtundu Police Station, which is in Furong District in Changsha, capital of Central China’s Hunan Province, were handed the dog by a concerned citizen who found it roaming around Hehua Road by itself.

The kindhearted cops decided to keep the pup in their office while waiting for its owners to turn up.

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The Furong District Public Security Bureau, which administers the police station, published a desperate plea on its social media page just after noon on 10th February.

It statement: “This morning, a resident found this husky on Hehua Road and brought it to Dongtundu Police Station. Will the owners please come and collect your dog at once after seeing this post.

“This husky is mischievous and refuses to sit still. It is disrupting the order inside our office and our officers can’t handle it any more.”

Footage from the police station shows officers having ‘arrested’ the pup by tying its lead to a table.

Torn papers and what appear to be the contents of an upended dustbin can be seen strewn across the police station floor.

According to reports, police officers had not received a call from its owners at the day’s end and were forced to hand the naughty pup over to a local animal hospital.