Sad scene that described by passers-by going up the Jacquet promenade bordering the Pâquier. Tuesday, August 16, shortly after 5 p.m., the national police intervened near the Pâquier to neutralize a woman beating her dog with her fists.
The violence of the repeated blows carried by the mistress on the head of her dog had strengthened the hearts of the witnesses who had dialed 17. Copiously outraged on their arrival by the visibly very soaked young woman, the police proceeded to arrest her, understanding any verbal exchange was impossible.
Subjected to screening, the 31-year-old woman from Nonglard revealed a level of 0.88 milligrams of alcohol per liter of exhaled air, or 1.76 grams of alcohol per liter of blood. Placed in a drunk tank, she was to be heard this Wednesday for animal abuse. His dog was handed over to a trusted person.