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Wednesday, January 4, 2012

Poodle's brutal airport death sparks internet outrage

English: A Hainan Airlines B737-86N B-2637 tax...
 Haikou Airport             Wikipedia
Ge Ge, a poodle, has become a hot topic for Chinese bloggers with huge numbers of web users condemning the brutal manner in which the small white dog was killed when he was apparently let out of his cage. Miao Qinglang, the dog's owner said Haikou Airport in Hainan Province insisted the dog escaped its kennel, ran out onto the runway "threatening" air safety and had to be killed "in accordance with law". Qinglang added the kennel was forcibly opened from the outside, inferring that somebody let the dog out to its death.

 Photos of the bloody beaten body of Ge Ge were posted on Haikou airport has apologized for the death: "We express our deep regret over the accidental death of the pet dog on the afternoon of (January) the 2nd. We have already begun an investigation into the matter with Hainan Airlines. As for the development of the follow-up investigation, we will run updates immediately."

 The dead dog was on a Hainan Airlines plane which had arrived from Beijing.

 On December 17,2011 a dozen flights were delayed by a dog on the runway at England's Manchester Airport but ended with the airport staff catching the dog and returning it to the owner. "Look at how they handled it, we should learn from them. Even dogs in China are inferior to their foreign counterparts," said one weibo posting. "Just looking at the photo of Ge Ge makes me cry, how could those thugs lay a hand on such a sweet thing, they are a bunch of sons of bitches," said another posting.

As reported by My Doggy Tails .

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