Monday, January 24, 2022

Pit Bull “Service Dog” Attacks Guards Trying to Help His Owner

In all fairness, the guards were blacks, so… maybe the pit bull was just trying to be a good boy after all?

Also, why does a library need 3 guards, and why do none of them look like real guards?


A San Francisco Public Library security guard suffered serious injuries and is being treated in the hospital after a violent pit bull attack inside the Main Library on Sunday night, public library officials said.

The incident occurred at approximately 5:40 p.m., when library patrons observed a dog barking next to its owner “who was seemingly unresponsive at a computer kiosk,” the public library said in a statement.

Two guards tried to approach the owner to determine whether to administer Narcan, a medicine used to prevent opioid overdose deaths. The unleashed dog was “exhibiting aggressive behavior” and wouldn’t allow them near the man, the library said.

The dog took hold of one of the guards and pushed him to the floor as the other two guards tried to rescue their colleague.

If you look at the video, only the other obese black guy was trying to do anything.

The woman was just sitting there and looking.

A library patron posted a video of the horrifying scene online.

The library said the owner was “largely unresponsive during the attack” until another patron eventually woke him.

“Once alert, he was able to get control of the dog, who he claimed was a service animal,” the library said. “The patron was uncooperative and argumentative with staff following the incident.”

The San Francisco Sheriff’s Department cited the owner, the library said. Animal Care and Control removed the dog and brought it to its shelter.

“Because he bit someone — and broke skin — he is on a mandatory 10-day observation hold for rabies protocol,” Deb Campbell, a spokesperson for the agency, said.

Campbell confirmed the dog is a 9-year-old pit bull named Dorje.

After the 10-day hold, she said standard procedure is for the incident to be reviewed by the San Francisco Police Department’s Vicious and Dangerous Dog Unit and an investigation will determine “the outcome for this dog.”

The library said that it’s reviewing its service animal policy and seeking additional resources for its security staff to help deescalate aggressive behavior from dogs.

Do you remember when those apes did that meme campaign telling people to stop comparing them to black people?

Blacks need a similar campaign telling people not to compare them to pit bulls, I think.

This whole “niggers of the dog world” thing just really isn’t fair to people of color.

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