thug brutally punched his dog

An adolescent hooligan caught on video propelling a sickening assault on his canine has been restricted from keeping animal for a long time., according to reports from Daily Mail.

The stunning video posted via web-based networking media demonstrated the minute Eden Chemo, 18, holds his clench hand, shouts and after that punches the poor dog on a couch. 

Chemo strikes the pooch, a Husky-Staffordshire bull terrier cross called Zeus, twice as his companion recorded him doing the assault at his home in Manchester on November 5. 

Individuals from everywhere throughout the UK announced the video to the animal welfare charity RSPCA  after it was posted on Twitter and a few others additionally named Chemo as the aggressor. 

Around the same time, the episode was accounted for to the RSPCA, a probe was propelled by Inspector Emma Dingley, who visited Chemo’s location.

He was later accused of causing unnecessary suffering to an animal by exposing the canine to superfluous physical violence resulting in fear and distress.

He showed up at Manchester Magistrates’ Court on Friday where the court requested Zeus to be marked into the RSPCA’s consideration, where the dog will before long be rehomed.

Just as being restricted from keeping animals for a long time, Chemo was requested to do a year community order with 80 hours of unpaid work and was requested to pay £300 costs. 

In moderation, the court was told Chemo has shown remorse.

People from all over the UK reported the video to the animal welfare charity RSPCA after it was posted on Twitter and several others also named Chemo as the attacker

Inspector Dingley said: ‘This was a cowardly and nasty attack on a dog which was laying down in his home and seemed to have no idea why he was being subjected to such violence.

‘The video of the attack was posted on social media which led to us being inundated with calls from across the country reporting the shocking footage.

‘Zeus has been in the care of the RSPCA pending the outcome of this court case and has really come on leaps and bounds. At first, he was frightened of hand movements and if anyone went to stroke near his head he would drop to the floor.

‘Now he has grown in confidence and he is such a lovely and friendly dog.’  he finishes the statement.