Pictures taken by a passerby showing a dog being dragged behind a car have gone viral on Chinese social media. Thousands of web users gathered on forums to protest against the driver, whose supposed identity was revealed via “human flesh search“.
According to web posts, the dog was tied up and couldn’t outrun the car. It began dragging along behind and its feet appeared to be bleeding.
A netizen named 一袭白裙 said her friend witnessed the scene and drove closer to the driver to ask him to stop, “but he refused to do that.” She claims the dog was dragged to death.
Thousands of web users were outraged and began digging up as much information as possible on the driver of the car.
User 穆熙妍Crystal commented: “This is something that occurred on Shantou Road today. There were many eyewitnesses. I also received private messages and photos from a follower who was in a car at the time. Those who want to stand up uphold justice and righteousness, please look at the original microblog post’s top [most-upvoted] comments.”
User 玩货小囡 reposted the owner’s information: “License plate number GD Dk0213, owner Zheng Weiyang, phone number 89981860, cellphone 18029551577, 13417029136. National ID number 445221197910142237, Guangdong province, Jieyang city, Jiedong district, Lanchengyuecheng town, Shuanghe village 109 Xiangtouzhengwei.”
大锅只是喝醉 wrote, “The car owner’s phone number: 13421893363. I bet his entire family is screwed.
According to web users, the phones linked to the numbers provided are powered off.
By Lucy Liu
[ Images via Guangzhou Daily & China Youth ]