It used to be – a month or so ago – that people would film themselves eating ice cream from shop shelves and I’ve actually come to miss that.
Imagine missing weirdos being gross online, all because one awful girl has decided to put her dog in a tumble dryer.
In the livestream the girl declares:
“Alright, I’m gonna do it. I’m gonna put his *ss back in the dryer.“
She then calls over her pet Shi Tzu and put him in the dryer, closing the door behind him and and switching it on.
She reopens the door after a few seconds and the clearly distressed dog runs out in fear, while the girl laughs hysterically.
The awful video was screen-recorded by Twitter user @sasaaok (or Malissa) who captioned it:
“Someone please call the police on this girl, Some people don’t deserve dogs or pets at all. It’s complete abuse how they treat them.”
The video made its way to the subreddit r/PublicFreakout, where user Taylola tried to find out who the girl was and contact the necessary authorities. They wrote:
“[I] called the [Florida] cops after linking her handle to the wrong FB account. HOWEVER they were able to track her to Dallas with the IG information I gave and are in contact with that local police department.
Update: Cop called back said with the friends number I gave him (from IG contacts) he was able to make contact with the friend and positively ID’d the abuser. He contacted her school and the resource officer and is now in contact with the lead investigator from Dallas. St. Petersburg FL police department is on its game!“
Since then, the Lewisville Police Department have released a statement saying they are looking for the girl responsible.
It’s a pretty horrifying state of affairs. I don’t believe that the girl is an out and out bad person, but more than likely just stupid, as is everyone in the comments of that livestream who appeared to be laughing along with her.
Images via Twitter
Alfie Powell joined as an apprentice and was probably hired because he was likely the only person who applied. He's been blagging his way through writing articles for four years now and he's definitely showing signs of slowing down. When not writing for The Hook, Alfie finds time to indulge in his favourite hobbies, such as drinking and sitting down.Follow