“I was in the vicinity of Yishun street 81 Blk 816 (opp. Yishun Stadium) at around 10.20am on Aug 10 when I spotted a head of a dog that was split into two equal halves and it was slightly burnt.
“I had difficulty identifying what was it at first. My hypothesis was that it was a burnt pigeon, however, after looking closer, I spotted a row of teeth and to my horror, realised that it was a dog’s head.
“There seem to be a hollow region in the head of the dog which may used to hold the brain of it.
“I am deeply saddened that such inhuman acts are still occuring in singapore. Is this even legal?
“It is certainly not morally right. Aren’t dogs human’s best friends?
“I cannot understand how somebody could be so cruel as to eat something so loyal and faithful.
“They are certainly not trapped at the north pole without any food except sledge dogs are they?”