Video shows Hanoi woman toppled as her dog snatched in broad daylight

Dog theft is rarely treated as a criminal offense in Vietnam, unless the stolen dogs are valued more than VND2 million, less than $100.

A woman was walking her dog in Hanoi one morning this week when two man driving a motorbike snatched the dog and caused her to crash, a video shows.

The video shared by her son said the incident happened at 7 a.m. on Wednesday, at an alley where there were other people around.

‘The thieves were bold and dangerous.’

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“The thieves were bold and dangerous,” said Tung, the son.

He said the men caught the dog with a loop and stunned it with a taser gun.

Dog theft is rarely treated as a criminal offense in Vietnam, unless the stolen dogs are valued more than VND2 million, less than $100.

The act is agnozined by the large public in Vietnam, which is also home to a market that consumes an estimated five million dogs per year, second only to China, which eats roughly 20 million.

Many of the stolen dogs are pets which would be sold to small, unregulated abattoirs and killed in brutal ways. – VNExpress

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