JAWS OF DEATH
Horrific moment stray dog ‘runs near hospital with dead newborn baby in mouth and feeds tot to puppies’
The dog was filmed in a street with the child in its mouth outside a hospital in Gopalganj, Madhya Pradesh state, India.
By Paul Harper
7th December 2017, 12:15 am
Updated: 7th December 2017, 12:57 am
HORRIFIC footage has reportedly emerged appearing to show a stray dog running away with a dead newborn baby and feeding it to its puppies.
The dog was “filmed in a street with the child in its mouth” outside a hospital in the village of Gopalganj in Madhya Pradesh state, India.
This footage appeared to show a stray dog running near a hospital with a dead newborn child
The agency Asian News International (AVN) reported that the baby has not been identified and cops have launched an investigation.
Gopalganj Station House Officer Sanjay Soni is said to have told AVN: “As soon as we received the information, we reached the spot and found the body of a new-born in disturbing condition.
“The body has been sent for post-mortem.
“An investigation is underway to identify the child.”
Video of the disturbing alleged incident has supposedly spread on Indian internet sites.
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This is not the first time a stray dog has reportedly fed on a dead newborn baby.
Last month another stray dog was allegedly found with a deceased baby in Madhya Pradesh, according to local media.
And in Uttar Pradesh, it is reported the body of a girl who died a few hours after birth was stolen by a dog from a hospital.
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