Jealous pitbull named ‘Nazi’ viciously mauls owner, 60, for feeding stray dog

Supaporn who raised Nazi the pitbull was found lying in a pool of her own blood on the floor with severe bite wounds on her neck and upper arm

Jealous pitbull named ‘Nazi’ viciously mauls owner, 60, for feeding stray dog
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NAKHON RATCHASIMA, THAILAND: A pitbull called 'Nazi' perfectly lived up to its name as the 6-year-old dog viciously mauled its owner in the Nakhon Ratchasima province of northeast Thailand on Sunday, September 18. The dog who is named after Hitler's infamous political party, reportedly attacked a 60-year-old woman, identified as Supaporn, after it saw her feeding a stray dog. Nazi was raised by Supaporn and her husband since he was a puppy. 

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According to Daily Star, the woman was found lying in a pool of her own blood on the floor after the emergency services were called to the attack scene at a two-story house in the Mueang district. She was outside the apartment with severe bite wounds on her neck and upper arm. The injuries were called by the officials as “gaping wounds which bled heavily”. Before taking her to the hospital, Supaporn was given preliminary treatment at the scene, however, her condition is unknown at this time. 

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As for Nazi the pitbull, the woman's husband was able to trap the dog back inside the house. However, according to the outlet, he was still violent, and removing him from his owner's body was a struggle. Her husband said "Nazi wouldn’t let go of my wife and I had to use an iron rod to pry him from her body.” Duangduan Rodya, a local woman checked on Supaporn after she heard her screaming from the home. She immediately dialed the emergency services when she saw the dog attacking her even though blood was pouring profusely out of her body. 

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The ultimate fate of Nazi the pitbull is unknown at this time. Pitbulls are not usually dangerous dogs and are beloved by many around the world. However, they can still be dangerous given the right circumstances and many people are afraid of them. But one thing is certain about this case and that is a dog named Nazi is not seen as anything too unusual in Thailand. The country's people have a fascination with Nazi culture and imagery. In 2013, a Nazi-themed restaurant in Bangkok was opened called Hitler Fried Chicken. 

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MEAWW previously reported that a ferocious pitbull was shot dead by armed officers on August, this year, after it attacked a teenage girl and takeaway delivery driver. Police were called to Morley Street in Rochdale after receiving reports of an aggressive dog on the loose. Neighbors were terrified after the ferocious pitbull attacked the duo. CCTV footage showed the dog lunging for the teenager just after she appeared to bend down to stroke it. As soon as she turned and tried to run the dog attacked her again which made her fall on the pavement.

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Neighbors said that the aggressive animal had been roaming the street for several hours before it attacked the girl while she was walking with two of her friends. Witnesses later informed the Manchester Evening News that she suffered bite wounds to her arm and leg. The neighbors said that the dog also attacked a pizza delivery driver as he got out of his car. After being bitten on the calf the man ran into a house. The dog then hid under a caravan for 45 minutes. After some time he was shot dead on the doorstep of a terraced house that was just 20 yards from where the attack happened.

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