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Another dog attack case reported: German Shepherd bites Zomato delivery boy on his private parts in Mumbai

Incidents of pet dogs attacking others are rising in India. In another such incident, a Zomato delivery guy was attacked and bitten by a pet dog in Mumbai. The video of the gruesome incident has now gone viral on the internet.

In the video, the Zomato delivery boy was seen inside the lift. As the lift opens, a person can be seen with a German Shepherd outside the lift.

The owner takes the dog away from the lift. However, as soon as the delivery guy gets out of the lift, the dog turns and bites his private parts.

Later in the video, the Zomato delivery guy can be seen in a lot of pain.

Many on Twitter have demanded action against the owner of the dog and have asked Zomato to take proper action.

Others blamed the dog owner saying that it was his responsibility to raise such dangerous breeds properly.

“It’s ridiculous that the dog owner moving in a lift alongwith dog meant for public convience. The service lift will also be there for movement of pets, bicycle carriers etc. This must be closely watched by the security guards any deny such entry in a lift meant for general public,” a person wrote on Twitter.

Another Twitter user suggested that the govt should come out with a law on dog breeds in view of the rising cases of dog attacks.

“Now this is a high time. Government should make some law’s for the dog holders and should banned some dog breeds which is dangerous for human,” he wrote.

This is the third dog bite incident to have been reported this week.

Earlier this week, two dog attack incidents were reported in Uttar Pradesh’s Ghaziabad. In the first incident, a pet dog attacked a kid inside the lift. When the video of the attack went viral, authorities swung into action and penalised the owner. In the gruesome video, the kid can be seen in a lot of pain but the dog owner simply leaves without doing anything.

In the second incident, a pit bull attacks a teenager leaving him with over 150 stitches.

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