Woman Says “F**K YOU, It’s Just a Dog” After Allegedly Running Over A Dog

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This is seriously effed up. Big time.

Just yesterday, two Facebook posts about a driver who answered rudely after allegedly knocking over a poor dog sparked off a social media uproar. And if you missed out on that, there’s what you have to know.

In an article from Stomp, the woman, who was driving a Honda with the license plate number SJR 9248 E, allegedly ran over the dog at Pasir Ris Farmway 3 at 10.45am on Tuesday (Oct 23).


According to the Facebook User Lixin Tan and Animal Lovers League, the accident happened near an animal shelter. The wheel rolled over the dog and it was hit several times by the mud guard as the driver did not stop while the animal was struggling under the car.

When stopped by two witnesses who asked the driver to help with the injured dog, the driver allegedly said,”F*** you. It’s just a dog,” before driving off.


Thankfully, the dog is still safe. After the accident, the dog ran away in fear but was brought back to the animal shelter by the animal trusts. It is now residing in a clinic.

The driver, on the other hand, might probably want to pray to whichever God she believes in because it’s going to take more than just good luck and praying for the Internet to stop tearing her apart.

This article was first published on Goodyfeed.com