Police officers detained a homeless woman in district XIII in Budapest because she was stabbing and kicking a dog. While the officers tried to escort her into the police vehicle, the woman even kicked the police car.
According to Tények, a passer-by had recorded and posted a video on his social media about an animal abuser being arrested and trying to resist the police officers.
According to the poster of the footage, the homeless woman, who have been in some sort of delirious state have stabbed and was kicking a puppy on the street at Jászai Mari Square in district XIII of Budapest.
It is well-recorded that the woman in protest of being detained, deliberately kicked the open door of the police vehicle.
To calm her down and to restrain her from resisting, the police officer took the woman to the ground and applied handcuffs to her ankles.
According to Liner, the police have since added that the suspect, the 36-year-old Mariann L. had been questioned for suspicion of animal abuse.
The police have given the dog to the care of the Állatmentő Liga (an animal rights volunteer group), and the puppy seems to be fine.
The volunteer group and the police have recently established a cooperation agreement and the victim of the possible owner has been the first subject of this cooperation, Liner added.
Source: Liner.hu, Tenyek.hu