A man in Cordoba, Argentina was arrested after a photographer took pictures of him dragging his dog with a bike and alerted the police.
Juan Marcelo Cáceres was leaving work on Saturday in Villa Allende when he came across a man dragging an exhausted and injured Argentinian Dogo and started documenting the incident with his camera.
After taking a few pictures for proof, he asked the man to stop. The 71-year-old replied that he had taken him to the vet while he urged the dog to get up and keep walking.
“I saw a dog fell down from exhaustion in front of my eyes. He was chained to a motorcycle. After so much running, he couldn’t resist anymore. He was really tired and his four legs were burned by the asphalt. He couldn’t stand. He was dragged about 3 meters and the man continued to drive like nothing was happening.
“When he realized I had called to police he tried to hide him and leave. I followed him until police officers arrived and took him in.
“After making a difference, I continued my journey. Three blocks later I say blood stains on the street.” Cáceres wrote on his Facebook page.
“I hope I never run into someone like this again. Today a made a difference in my own way. I used my tool, I used my voice, I made justice happen…”
The dog was hospitalized immediately.