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Pont de la Tour hedgetrimmer kicked my dog!

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Saturday 10 March 2012 1.55pm
i was walking by the pont de la tour this morning, with my dog and a friend. the hedgetrimming man out front, kicked the dog!
he was sniffing the hedge (dog not man) and i guess he thought he was going to lift his leg up.
he said, 'no!' and kicked his rear with his foot, moving him away.
i said, 'don't kick my dog, i'll move him'. he did not respond.
surely on a public thoroughfare the hedgetrimming man does not have the right to kick any suspected canine leg lifters?
it was a disproportional gesture for the anticipated action.
thanks hedgetrimming man! what a strange way to go about your business.
Saturday 10 March 2012 3.19pm
Outrageous! I will keep an eye out for this [non-sniffing] hedge-trimmer and, as much as I abhor violence, I will kick his backside!! I trust your dog has made an excellent recovery - and you, too.....and your friend :-)
Sunday 11 March 2012 10.11am
That's way out of line.

I'm about to run past PdlT. If I see him I'll aim a clearing-your-nasal-passages-whilst-running-and-not-with-a-hanky thing at him ;-)
Friday 20 April 2012 11.56am
URGH!



Do it!

Don't know what happened there,this page came up when I logged in,did you get him?
Friday 20 April 2012 12.20pm
When you say he kicked your dog, was it a tap with his foot, or a Jack Black in Anchorman drop-goal?

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