“Neighbours…everybody needs good neighbours…”

Police in Ireland have described the death of a woman in County Galway as a tragic incident.

The 64-year-old woman has been named locally as Teresa McDonagh.
It is believed she died after being attacked by two Bullmastiff dogs at a family member’s home on Sunday afternoon.

Emergency services were called to the scene but the woman was pronounced dead after efforts to resuscitate her failed.

Just another dangerous dog, nothing to see here…

The dogs involved in the attack were later put down.

The vet sorted this one out, clearly. Nothing to see here, just…

Wait.

A grandmother was mauled to death by two dogs in her son’s back garden before a neighbour shot them dead.

Emergency services could get to the scene after the neighbour shot the dogs.

Now, why would the BBC choose to omit this little fact? I wonder…

4 comments for ““Neighbours…everybody needs good neighbours…”

  1. June 12, 2017 at 11:48 am

    Ever the way.

  2. June 12, 2017 at 4:11 pm

    Any dog-associated human death, by their very nature, is almost ‘verboten’ at Al-Beeb. They have to report the story, but any item where the doggies end up with sixty-four lead pellets in what passes for a brain because an innocent has died; is censored, circumscribed and swept under the shelf.

    • June 18, 2017 at 7:36 am

      They daren’t raise the possibility we could defend ourselves, rather than wait for an ARV to turn up and fire a fusillade of shots in the vague direction of Fido…

  3. June 12, 2017 at 4:18 pm

    Mate of mine was heading for this house to fix an electrical problem. He didn’t manage to alert anyone by knocking at the front door, so wandered around to the back; swung the gate open and found himself face to muzzle with two rottweilers: who were definitely not wearing their welcome smiles. He reversed, swung the gate shut just in time, and left. The customer rang again, and the office bloke stated, ‘Tie them animals up tight, and my bloke might be back.’

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