Alleged CFE employee injured a dog with a screwdriver in Puebla |  Video


an alleged worker of the Federal Electricity Commission (CFE) injured a Schnauzer dog in San Pedro Cholula, Puebla because, supposedly, the pet had bitten him.

Through social networks, a video shared by a woman who recorded the aggressor in the town of Santiago Momoxpan went viral. In it, she accuses the alleged CFE employee of hurting the dog because she barked at him and, according to the employee, “bite his pants”.

The description of the video states that the worker “stabbed in the head” the animal with a screwdriver.

Given the facts, the Puebla Animal Welfare Institute (IBA) reported that the dog did not die and noted that the animal’s owners “will not proceed legally, because an agreement was reached with the aggressorwho will be responsible for the expenses that arise” and condemned the acts of animal cruelty, in addition to urging citizens to denounce them so that “they do not go unpunished.”

For its part, the CFE responded to the complaint made through Twitter by the user “Lomitos Suavecitos”.

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After what happened, the Animal Heroes organization demanded “justice be done for Pucca”

In turn, users through social networks they disproved the facts

A user shared part of the State Penal Code on the animal abusein which said acts are classified as crimes. These can be punished with four years in prison and fines of up to 26 thousand pesosaccording to article 470 of the Penal Code.

In addition, it is penalized six months to two years in prison and a fine of 50 to 100 days wages acts of mistreatment or animal cruelty that have been carried outor with “intent to cause you pain, suffering, or affect your well-being.”

“Penalties will be increased by 50% if in addition to carrying out acts of abuse, the person captures them in photography or videos to make them public by any means, ”says the article.




Reference-aristeguinoticias.com

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