Two males charged with animal cruelty at Pet’s Corner
Crime / Sun 2nd Oct 2022 pm31 01:32pm
TWO males have been charged with causing unnecessary suffering to an animal at Pet’s Corner in Harlow.
Jack Jones, aged 21, of Stanstead Road, Hunsdon and a 17-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, have been charged with criminal damage and causing unnecessary suffering to a protected animal.
This was following reports from 3rd September that a group of males had let various animals loose from Pet’s Corner in the town park.
Both are set to attend Chelmsford Magistrates’ Court on October 11th.
Disgusting I use to work there and all
They sound like wastes of skin and bone
I suppose they saw it as a Joke at the time, lets hope that they have learned their lesson. (Perhaps two weeks cleaning out the pig styles?)
I agree Monica these two lowlifes need sorting but 'styles'...lol
Hope they get a good fine and community service atleast
Apparently they opened the chicken coop and the chickens wandered off to Toby carvery, there all fine now however we’re still wondering why did the chicken cross the road
Community service mucking out animals
Need to be given more than two weeks cleaning they need to be doing things like cleaning up all areas for year as they was bord and needed bits to do help hole community out and learn how to behave sensibly and be able to treat everything and everyone in a sensible manner