Written by: Huang Diwen and Chen Haoran
The last update date: 2021-03-02 22:46
A suspected pigeon abuse incident occurred in Wong Tai Sin.
An old man in Zhuyuannan Village took a grey wild pigeon and plucked its feathers with his bare hands, behaving extremely cruelly.
Witness Miss Chen said that when she was walking home from get off work today outside Xiuyuan Building, she saw an old man catching a bird, but the bird did not fly. It is estimated that it might be injured. She began to stretch her hair." Ms. Chen said that she immediately stopped the old man, but the other party ignored her, and the security of the mall called the police for help afterwards.
Ms. Chen said, "The only bird knows Yu and is not dead!" She admitted that the incident was cruel, so she took a video and uploaded it to social platforms.
Many netizens shouted "perverted" and "scum" after seeing the relevant footage.
After preliminary investigation by the police, the case was classified as cruel treatment of animals and was handed over to the third team of the Wong Tai Sin Police District Criminal Investigation Team for follow-up. No one has been arrested for the time being, and the old man involved in the case is being pursued.
At the scene, the Xiuyuan Building of Zhuyuan South Village and the Zhuyuan Post Office opened a flowerbed, and police officers arrived to pull up the cordon.
A pile of black and white feathers was left on the ground near the flowerbed.
An eyewitness at the scene said that seven to eight people stopped the old man at the time of the incident, but the old man only smoked and did not respond. The sound of criticism from the neighborhood attracted the attention of the security of the mall, who stepped forward to understand the incident.
Sources at the scene stated that the old man left with the pigeon afterwards.
According to the footage taken by the witness, Miss Chen, an old man wearing a khaki hat and taking off a mask was sitting next to a flower trough holding a wild pigeon, plucking his feathers, and then plucking the feathers to the ground. And in the flower garden.
Ms. Chen said that she was returning home from get off work when the incident occurred. At that time, she saw the old man catch a bird, but the bird did not fly. It is estimated that it might be injured.
She pointed to the old man to feel around, and suddenly began to pull out the feathers of the bird, "The bird knows Yu Yu and is not dead."
Ms. Chen immediately drank and asked him to stop, but "I couldn't continue to pull it up, so I took a video and lowered it." Then, 5 to 6 security guards arrived at the scene and called the police for help. Ms. Chen began to leave.
Ms. Chen pointed out that she had never seen the old man appear in the village before, and she had never seen anyone catching a bird. "It's a miserable bird. I hope people will not do the same in the future."
The police stated that at about 6 o'clock this (2nd) evening, a security guard reported that an old man suspected that he had treated a white dove inappropriately at the site. The old man then took the white dove and fled with him.
After preliminary investigation by the police, the case was classified as cruel treatment of animals and was handed over to the third team of the Wong Tai Sin Police District Criminal Investigation Team for follow-up. No one has been arrested yet.
The suspect was a 60-year-old man who was wearing a black shirt, black trousers, a white sun hat and a mask at the time of the crime.
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