Posted: Fri 5th Feb 2021

North Wales police team ‘appalled and disgusted’ over LADbible video showing dogs chasing livestock

News and Info from Deeside, Flintshire, North Wales
This article is old - Published: Friday, Feb 5th, 2021

News and entertainment website LADbible has been condemned by a police team in North Wales for sharing videos of dogs chasing livestock.

A compilation video was shared on the website’s Facebook page on Wednesday, along with the caption “Some dogs just love to cause trouble 😂 ❤️”

It features dogs chasing sheep, cows and deer, as well as offering to pay people £100 to send in their own videos of their “naughty” pets.

The video has attracted more than 5,000 comments with some people accusing LADbible of encouraging the illegal scaring of livestock to raise its viewing figures.

Members of the North Wales Police Rural Crime Team said they were “appalled and disgusted” that the site was making light of livestock worrying.

They added they would be investigating any offences identified.

In a post on Twitter, officers said: “We have been made aware of a certain online site asking people to send in their videos of dogs misbehaving.

“The compilation shows dogs chasing livestock.

“We are appalled and disgusted, that people see this as entertainment

“We are investigating these offences.”

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