- Pit bulls are one of the most feared dogs, and one man made that clear when he ran for his life when one chased him
- The video shows the man running, and the owner trying to tell him to stop, as the dog was apparently just playing
- The people of Mzansi claim the man did the right thing as they wouldn’t take a chance against a pit bull
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There is no denying that pit bulls are one of the most feared breads of dogs in the world. So, when a man had one start chasing him, he was taking no chances.
While the negative stigma attached to the breed is slowly changing thanks to those who are now treating them with love and care, people are still hella weary.
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The people of Mzansi cry-laugh as they feel the man’s fear
Yuuup, it is a straight-up no from the citizens of Mzansi. No matter how often the owner claimed the dog was playing, peeps were right there with the man who fled the scene.
Take a look at some of the funny comments:
“If it was here in Mzansi you would have heard "foetsek" x 2011. ”
“This is my biggest fear I swear ”
“Molefe don't run”
“Hell naw boi, Usain Bolt in three seconds, gone.”
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“Ngena chomi, ayilumi”
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In related news, Briefly News reported that at least 38 people have signed a counter online petition to fight against banning pit bulls in the country. The dog breed has grabbed headlines following the recent attacks and killings of young children.
Lee-Ann van Staden started the Do Not Ban Pitbulls petition and mentioned that there's nothing wrong with pit bulls, and dog owners should be blamed on a Live on change.org.
Mbasa Nyegane, who owns three pit bulls, spoke to News 24 and said that crossbreeds are responsible for the attacks on humans. He said those dogs look similar to American pit bull terriers, which are thoroughbred.
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Source: Briefly News