Sunday, September 4, 2016


Basset hound owner KICKS a lab in San Francisco park after argument escalates

A basset hound owner was caught on video kicking someone else's black Labrador in a San Francisco dog park as a scuffle got out of hand.

Footage shared online Friday shows the man, who has not been named, wearing a hat and a plaid shirt, in the middle of an argument with fellow dog owners at Duboce Park.

The crowd can be seen pulling him away from a woman and her black Labrador, telling him to keep his distance.

But as his own basset hound frolics in the background, the man suddenly runs towards the Lab and kicks it, producing an audible thump.

The woman gets up and beings to walk away with her Lab on a leash, prompting the man to run towards them and kick the dog.

'Wow wow wow!' a woman exclaims while another man tackles the man in the plaid shirt.

'Chill, chill, chill,' says a man in the background.

But the woman replies: 'No, I'm calling the cops. That's wrong.'

The basset hound owner ends up picking up his dog and walking away.

Police arrived after the man left, according to Isaac. The Lab's owner has filed a report. 

Shocking moment a basset hound owner KICKS a black Lab after an argument escalates wildly out of control in San Francisco dog park
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