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Sunday, September 10, 2023

VIDEO: XL bully dog seen attacking and biting people on the street in Birmingham

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that XL bully dog seen attacking and biting people on the street in Birmingham..

Eyewitness Nasir Uddin posted on Facebook : “Most craziest thing me and my family just witnessed. A little girl was bitten by a brown dog and locked on. Several people was trying to get the dog to release on Bordesley Green Road. By the time I went up to the dog with a bar I had in the car it released the girl.

An 11-year-old girl and two men were rushed to hospital after being attacked by a crazed dog on a busy shopping street.

Horrific video footage showed the moment the youngster was bitten by the animal in Bordesley Green, Birmingham, on Saturday afternoon. She managed to escape the dog’s clutches and ran screaming into a nearby supermarket for safety. The animal’s owner could be seen in the footage desperately trying to bring the dog under control.

She ran into a shop for safety as the XL Bully was held on the floor but it then managed to escape. The dog sprints after another man, who is seen on the film wearing a while t-shirt and shorts.

He is chased onto a petrol station forecourt where he was attacked before the animal is hit and stops the attack.

Home Secretary Suella Braverman is now pushing for a ban of the American XL Bully breed, arguing they are a 'clear and lethal danger' - particularly to children. 

But it then chased a man across the street into a neighbouring petrol station forecourt and dragged him to the ground. A hero bystander then battered the dog with a large shovel but was unable to stop it attacking a third man. The video, filmed from the upper deck of a bus, ended as the dog dragged the man behind a parked Range Rover.

The Cabinet minister announced that she has commissioned 'urgent advice' on outlawing the breed after the 'appalling' attack in Birmingham. 

West Midlands Police were investigating after the girl and two men who intervened were injured in the incident in the Bordesley Green area yesterday. 

'This is appalling. The American XL Bully is a clear and lethal danger to our communities, particularly to children,' Ms Braverman wrote on social media. 

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