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The homeless man kicks the dog 15 feet into the air, falling dog’s lungs, moving from the heart, and the police have to say

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A homeless man who allegedly kicked a small dog so hard that the puppy has been launched on 15 meters, and had a collapsed lung and displaced heart, and was arrested after the gruesome attack on a california beach.

A woman and her little dog, Sophie, has been at Hueneme Beach on Friday, when Dylan Mctaggart, 25, approached the couple from behind and, without provocation, kicked the dog about 15 feet in the air,” the Port Hueneme Police department wrote on Facebook.

THE YOUTUBE STAR WAS SEEN HITTING THE DOG IN THE VIDEO, IS THREATENED; THE POLICE IS INVESTIGATING AS POSSIBLE ANIMAL CRUELTY

Dylan Mctaggart, 25, is said to have brought Sophie, the dog 15 feet into the air and leaving her with a collapsed lung and displaced heart, and, according to police.
(Hollywood Police Department)

Sophie was found in a state of shock and unconscious. Investigators said the dog “was kicked with so much force, she was diagnosed with a collapsed lung and displaced heart.”

After the brutal start, officials say, with Mctaggart fled, as the life guards tried to intervene, and the police are headed to the beach,

Authorities said Mctaggart, who lives in Ormond Beach, one of California’s many illegal homeless camps, it has been reported, “many times” before the disruption of the beach. At the time of the incident, he was on trial for “abuse of officials and north america,” the officials said.

The police caught up with Mctaggart, soon after the attack, and he was booked on suspicion of fighting in public, assaulting a lifeguard, and felony cruelty to animals in lieu of $25,000 bail. An arraignment was scheduled for Tuesday. It was not immediately clear what the alleged actions of the superintendent other expenses.

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Sophie, meanwhile, is currently recovering at home and will be taken care of by its owner, police said.

Anyone who witnessed the assault is urged to call the hollywood Police Department at 805-986-6530.

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