A male in New Hampshire was arrested after he BIT a Police Dog (aka ‘Land Shark aka ‘Fury Missile’) while Cops investigated a shooting in the town of Boscawen, USA.
Thankfully, the Dog bit the c__kwomble back, and considering that a Land Shark’s bite is so highly revered in the world of Policing, we hope that the suspect has had time to reflect on his actions, whilst wondering where the rest of his arm could be.
The ‘bite-off’ occurred on Sunday when Cops attended a call to a residential dwelling, following reports of shots being fired.
Two oxygen thieves located at the address were wanted on warrant, and tried to leg it when Police attempted to arrest them.
Lt Jason Killary, of the Boscaren Police Dept said: “both of them resisted arrest and one very strongly resisted arrest. He bit the dog, the dog bit him, and he ended up getting Tasered”.
The ___head ended up getting charged with resisting arrest, and assault on a Police Dog.
And you can bet that his sentence is going to be more severe in America than it would have been if a similar incident had of occurred over here (UK).
The Land Shark, ‘Veda’, of the New Hampshire State Police was uninjured and returned back to work shortly after the incident.
Written by ‘Cop(ex)’ – A founding Admin of Emergency Services Humour, and a regular contributor to our fortnightly satirical emergency-services-related Digital Magazine, S__ts & Giggles.
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