Bombingofdresden: That dog caught two balls at once.
Blitzdrive: I mean, the dog did a good job, but that is one vicious dog.
two-thirds: Lucky he was a thief.
*There are some dogs which, when you meet them, remind you that, despite thousands of years of man-made evolution, every dog is still only two meals away from being a wolf. These dogs advance deliberately, purposefully, the wilderness made flesh, their teeth yellow, their breath astink, while in the distance their owners witter, ‘He’s an old soppy really, just poke him if he’s a nuisance,’ and in the green of their eyes the red campfires of the Pleistocene gleam and flicker.*
— Neil Gaiman
TastesGreatIceCold: So if anyone happens to be running near this dog, they’re going to get their flesh torn?
DarthRusty: I kept thinking “please don’t shoot the dog. please don’t shoot the dog”
CesarPon: Nice monitor setup.
WontJudgeYou: He Protecc, But he also Attacc.
ILikeFluffyThings: That’s scary. The dog jumped on him without any command. It feels more like an uncontrolled dog that would’ve pounced on anyone he sees running.
Laxtom1001: Bolt didn’t have his superpowers, but his ballsack bite is a doozy
faggjuu: Haha…did the dog get him by the balls?
jrcprl: Even Brazilian dogs are savage ?
Nethius: Hope a jogger never tries to pass him
DickMcCheese: That dog must be part hyena.
neither_party: Dog is eating dude’s ass
smzt: Maybe he was just out for a jog.
Swolto: Imagine if a kid was running across the street at that moment while the assailant was actually running another way.
bold-move-cotton: That dog can tackle better than the entire browns defense. Sign him up?
JohnnySkidmarx: That dog is a good judge of character
Janks_McSchlagg: More like crime dog. That’s assault, brotha.
AxeStainSteel: Good dog ?
BenMcAdoos_ElCamino: Serves him right for messing around in Milo Pressman’s junkyard.
AchuAjith: He just knew that guy was a baddie. HE JUST KNEW.
JasonsBoredAgain: And he’s sacked for the fumble! Defenders are all over this guy!
laxm0nkey: Those officers must have been on their way to hire that good boi
Milo_Y: All I see is a filthy mutt attacking a dude running passed.
Whether he was a thief or not I doubt the animal knew.
IROC-Z28-Camaro: Square in the nuts. Ow
Yakmasterson: Biting crime right in the d—!
withallyourpower: Chopper, sic balls!
slenderboii: The owner just stands back like *ffs Garry you no need to go bat doge evry time someone runs past you*
lumbolt: Won’t be the first time a dog caused blue balls.
usfdrohead: F–kkkkkkkkkkkkkkk as someone that just was impacted by a dog attack this made me hurt
manixus: That dog went for the tender bits.
ramair1969: From ever having Kids!
jef_snow: Where the f— was this filmed, a drive in theater?
toshi04: 3rd time I’ve seen an animal bite a set of balls all within the past 30 minutes.
Jimsupatree: Just to weight in on the dogs response in the comments. I have owned several “Molosser” type dogs over the years (E, Bulldog, A. Bulldog, Bullmastiff, bull terrier, boxer, canary island Mastiff) . Some were rescues some were pups. Most are products of their environment, some are nice, some are mean and everywhere in between, but all of them are clever. Maybe the dog knew what it was doing after a snap assessment of the situation, maybe it was a knee jerk fear reaction. I’ve seen both, you would need to know the dog better to make any sort of educated deduction on what it was possibly thinking.
One of the dogs I’ve owned was a cute street rescue that had obviously lived a hard life. A very capable dog, short, stout and athletic 40lbs. Bull terrier cross. After a good bit of training. I’ve witnessed her tolerate kids pulling on her tail and face, only to see her keep wagging her tail, smiling and living it up. I watched her stop just short of clamping down on a friend who spontaneously and in a drunken fashion came in to give me a fist pump with out warning(she made the decision at the last second his actions were not threatening). Also watched her bite someone just hard enough to let go of her when she felt she was being restrained from me. But has also done some damage to some bigger dogs that try to provoke her and take advantage of her size (at dog parks), she has taught me the strength of being a clever underdog, but also any dog given the right drive or motivation is ultimately capable of resorting to their baser instincts if their survival or survival chain (owner) is threatened. Every dog needs a responsible owner(s)/family to guide them, it’s a symbiotic relationship we inherently share with these amazing animals.
succthepucc: Welcome to Brazil.
Kahmael: He took a bite out of crime.
Failed_Alchemist: Let’s hope this isn’t the Philippines and that guy isn’t a “guilty drug dealer”
KelvinKlopper: All I can think of is how hard my OCD is screaming at me right now.
UniqueUsername171: When that dude sees the cops running at him and his dog you can tell he thinks it’s him that has f–ked up.
da_doctori: Musta been a cop in his previous life
sharkphin: We really don’t deserve dogs
SilentSiege: Jesus – Justice dog hasn’t a f–king clue – he would gnaw the nuts off any poor soul he sees running any day of the week.
Lifesaver??? I think you should call your dog Sh–head!!!!
ExpertBirdLawLawyer: That dog deserves a f–king medal
SauceNjunk: And the Good Boy of the Year goes too…
Skynettuserinterface: How did that dog (which I am assuming is normally peaceful) know to get this guy? Was he an under cover cop dog or something?
rivermandan: dude wtf, we have no idea what this guy did and you are going to call getting his balls ripped off justice? getting your balls ripped off is for rapists and murderers, who knows what this guy did.
PopeImpiousthePi: One time a friend of mine got beat up in a parking lot. I chased the van full of people cursing my head off and got bit on the ass by someone’s dog as I ran by.