Woman Attacked By Pit Bull On New York City Subway

Sergio Conner
April 25, 2018

Eyewitnesses believe the people were the problem, not the pet.

A shocking video posted on Instagram shows a pit bull attacking a woman on the subway.

While the owner tries to pull the dog away, it's not until subway commuters yell at him to tell the dog to release that the animal lets go of its grip.

Tahsyi King, the individual who recorded the whole encountered, declared that the whole incident started with a fellow commuter telling the pet owner to move his pitbull. "The dog sat on my foot and I really didn't mind it much", TahSyi said. "You should've had your dog in a bag, kennel, muzzle". Frustrated, the woman asked the owner to move his pitbull, as she was getting annoyed by the dog's movements. From there, it went downhill quickly.

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Another passenger screamed: "Get the dog off of her".

Seconds later, King's recording shows the man punching the woman several times in the face, while the pitbull took a bite of her shoe. TahSyi, who took the video, says the woman pushed the dog off the seat. "The dog latched onto her". As the train pulled into the Wall Street stop, the owner can be seen leaving with his pit bull. Eyewitness News is told the conductor eventually came into the auto to assist the female passenger.

MTA spokesman Shams Tarek told the New York Post: "Our rules require non-service animals to be kept inside containers and not disturbing other passengers".

"She's like, 'The dog doesn't belong on the seat.' He's like, 'I'm not moving my dog, '" Kyng told the station.

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