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Old 24th July 2013, 20:15   #1
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Just saw this EXTREMELY disturbing article in today's Mumbai Mirror and really wanted to do something about it. What I read made me sick and I really think something should be done about it.

The car in the picture looks like a modified Contessa to me. How tough could it be to locate a unique car like this? Lets put our heads together and catch the sadist!

Have you seen this car anywhere? Share any info you have here and lets catch this excuse for a human being.

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Thread moved from the Assembly Line (The "Assembly Line" Forum section) to the Street Experiences Section. Thanks for sharing!
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I hope there is a judgment day, bro. You will not have an easy time.
Undeserving. Either of being alive, or being called a human.

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I have seen this car in Bandra a couple of months back. It seemed modded, based on a 70s/80s Japanese car, maybe Nissan/Isuzu.

A car like that cannot hide for long. It was a horrible way to start my day yesterday, I do hope the culprit is brought to justice soon enough.
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This excuse of a human being breathing the same air as us makes me feel sick. Why are there such sadists and what did the poor dog do to him? I hope he gets what he deserves. Dogs being the animal i admire the most.
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How civilised a people are is measured by how they treat animals. India has a long way to go, all the bs about 5000 year old civilisation notwithstanding.

The only valid excuse for doing this once is if the alternative is an accident with worse consequences. Twice? Bad karma.
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What if the first time was an accident, but the second attempt was mercy killing so that the dog which was eventually going to die may not die pinful death?
Don't bash me, just curious and it may be a possibility.
Too much believe in humanity. :/
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What if the first time was an accident, but the second attempt was mercy killing so that the dog which was eventually going to die may not die pinful death?
Not bashing you, but read the first sentence of the report. The driver stepped out of the car and smiled looking at the dying dog and ran over it again!
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mercy killing so that the dog which was eventually going to die may not die pinful death?
If that was the way of mercy killing, the dog would have died a very painful death. Imagine every bone being crushed. I dont think that would be a way any person or animal would wish to die. So, your idea of mercy killing will not stand here. Instead, he could have carried it to a vet, and given some sort of sedative, 'IF' death was unavoidable. Running over it again, is by far the most inhumane, careless, heartless and senseless thing any person would do. Wonder what was running in his mind or in case he was under some narcotics. Running away is a different thing, but reversing back is just unacceptable.

@The guy who did this, I just dont know what abuse you should face after this. But I wish you meet the same end
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Not bashing you, but read the first sentence of the report. The driver stepped out of the car and smiled looking at the dying dog and ran over it again!
Well, then it is bad. Still cannot imagine how can someone find joy in such things. How can they remain at peace after such an act! Shame.
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The same car is pictured here (in another BHPian's Contessa thread):

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...ml#post3075532 (Contessa story from Thrissur. My muscle car!)

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If that was the way of mercy killing, the dog would have died a very painful death. Imagine every bone being crushed. I dont think that would be a way any person or animal would wish to die. So, your idea of mercy killing will not stand here. Instead, he could have carried it to a vet, and given some sort of sedative, 'IF' death was unavoidable. Running over it again, is by far the most inhumane, careless, heartless and senseless thing any person would do.
Well, you are right, this is the last thing one could do. He cannot hide for long in that supposed Daytona.
Inhuman act.
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Apart from this there is also a very disturbing article along side in the newspaper clipping which mentioned 3 puppies were wrapped with barbed wires and left to die in bag. Hope Karma pays back, really sad state of things. :(
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He was a BHP-ian!!! :shockked
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He was a BHP-ian!!! :shockked
Would recommend going through the entire post before commenting. A pic of this Conti was posted on the thread, spotted at SNDT. It does not belong to a Bhpian.
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