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By Day by day Mail Journalist
Updated: 10:46 BST, 22 September 2011
A pet puppy has been blinded after a plastered evening assault by a ‘scruffy Santa’ while the creature was tied up outside a shop.

Oscar, a five-year-old Shih Tzu, was set upon by a middle-aged man as he held up outside the Co-op in Littleborough, More prominent Manchester, where his proprietors were shopping.

Terrified passers-by saw the man, who showed up to be drunk, over and again kick the pet. 

Injuries: Oscar was the casualty of a horrendous assault in the street
Oscar’s cleared out eye was so seriously harmed it had to be expelled what’s more, he was moreover cleared out with serious wounding to his ribs what’s more, legs.

Owner Victimize Nicholson said: ‘Oscar was cleared out with truly terrible injuries.
‘It was terrible. He was helpless since he was tied up. After the assault Oscar wouldn’t eat or, on the other hand go out of the house.

‘I need to caution other canine proprietors about what’s happened as it is extremely frightening.’

At the time of the attack, which happened in the center of the afternoon, Oscar was going with Mr Nicholson’s two children, Max, 10, what’s more, Louis, five, what’s more, their granddad David Holden.

Mr Holden what’s more, the youngsters saw the assailant yet did not set out approach him since he looked smashed what’s more, aggressive. 

Louis depicted the assailant as a ‘scruffy-looking Santa clause Claus’, who had a white whiskers what’s more, was wearing a red hat.

The man was afterward seen drinking jars of lager close the cenotaph with a more youthful man.

RSPCA inspector, Helen Smith, said: ‘We need to hear from anybody who saw what happened outside the shop what’s more, in specific who can recognize the man involved.

‘The depiction we’ve been given is that the assailant was around 5ft 10in tall, matured around 60 with dark hair. He was rough looking what’s more, showed up scruffy.’

Anyone with data is inquired to call the RSPCA mercilessness line on 0300 1234 999 what’s more, clear out a message for Ms Smith.
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