Man boldly breaks window after owner fails to correctly care for their dog at a music festival
In certain states, it is legal to force entry into a car if an animal or child is trapped within and the temperatures are stifling. Well, we’ll bet this activist didn’t take the time to look if breaking into a car within his state was legal, as it seemed clear that a tiny dog inside a BMW – during 86 degrees F weather – needed help.
As can be viewed, the anonymous man approached the car in Grand Bend, Ontario, and decided that if the owner was irresponsible enough to leave their dog in scorching heat, they could suffer a broken window as a casualty.
He threw a rock at the black car’s window until the glass finally broke. Then, he pulled the weak, disoriented dog out to the sound of applause from the crowd. The police later took custody of the dog.
Will Costa, the man who took the video, told The Dodo:
“There was a music festival happening and the announcer mentioned there was a dog in a hot car and for the owner to let the dog out. No one came after a while so everyone got together to solve the issue. After the dog was rescued, the owners showed up 50 minutes later.”
To some, the act may seem a bit barbaric and/or unnecessary. Keep in mind, though, that on a 78 degree F day, temperatures in a car may reach 120 F. In result, animals may die from heatstroke or sustain brain damage.
This activist’s actions may have saved a life.
A small dog was locked in a car at a music festival, so this man grabbed a rock and took matters into his own hands.
He threw the rock multiple times at the BMW’s windows.
Finally, the window broke and the dog was rescued.
50 minutes later, the owner showed up.
He may have saved a life with his bold actions.
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