A car thief begs for first aid after being bitten by a police dog, stating, “He won’t forget this!”


A car thief begs for first aid after being bitten by a police dog, stating, “He won’t forget this!”

After being attacked by a police dog, a car thief was caught on camera asking officials for an ambulance.

Just moments after being bitten by an animal, he was caught on camera headbutting the police car door in pain. Just moments after being apprehended for probably stealing two cars, the crook asked cops for help.

Channel 5’s latest series, Motorway Cops: Catching Britain’s Speeders, filmed the incident.

The incident occurred shortly after police pulled over a vehicle suspected of being stolen.

He was “smashed off his face,” according to officers, and had already taken another Ford Focus.

“I’m not lying to ya, he bit my **** off pal,” the man claimed when the police dog spotted him.

“I need an ambulance right now,” he added.

As he continued to scream, the guy was seen lying in the back of the police cruiser with grass all over his trousers.

PC Andy Dorrin reassured the suspect, however he turned down the suspect’s request for an ambulance.

“I’m a doctor, but there’s no severe bleeding here that would need me to administer first aid.”

“However, we’ll take you to the hospital so they can examine you.”

“It doesn’t operate like that,” PC Dorrin said after the burglar requested an ambulance.

“You’re not fit to ride in an ambulance; you’ll be taken in a van.”

“We have cause to suspect you were the driver of that car,” they continued.

It’s Kwik Fits’ Midsommer Madness promotion, which means you can save 10% on your MOT Test with the UK’s #1 MOT tester by booking online.

Before being sent to the hospital, he was required to participate in alcohol tests.

The guy was brought to the hospital in a police van after failing the test.

The defendant was later found guilty of theft of the vehicle and failing to halt for the police, according to the highway cops.

He was also found to be without insurance and a valid driver’s license.

“It’s one thing to be discovered in hiding,” PC Dorrin continued.

“However, being bitten on the nuts will serve as a lasting memory to him.”

“It might make him think twice about fleeing.” We’ll bring a dog in.

“This is a day he will never forget.”


Comments are closed.