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MARGARET THATCHER ATTACKED BY PIT BULLS!
A shocking story from the Seattle Times about Margaret Thatcher being attacked by two pit bulls named Remy and Chocolate. The paper reports that “Margaret Thatcher yelped in agony as the pit bulls tore into her” body and that a man called Bob Walston “screamed for help and in pain as the pit bulls bit his arms in their frenzy to reach”
Mr Walston’s wife, Lillian, 72, “said she heard her husband’s screams and Maggie’s howling from inside their home, about a block away”. Mrs Walston added that Maggie was “just in the wrong place at the wrong time”. The killer dogs face the death penalty.
As the newspaper reports: “Bob Walston saw the two pit bulls just as he rounded the corner in his quiet Mount Baker neighborhood early Tuesday morning, but it was too late.
“The pit bulls were on him and his dog, Margaret Thatcher, within seconds.
“Margaret Thatcher yelped in agony as the pit bulls tore into her body despite Walton’s efforts to shield her from the attack. Walston, 70, screamed for help and in pain as the pit bulls bit his arms in their frenzy to reach his dog.
“All along Bella Vista Avenue South doors were flung open and people ran from their homes, some dressed for work, others in pajamas. When the two pit bulls ran off, neighbor Brent Fluvog managed to chase one down and capture it using his Retractable Pet Leash.
The reporter is pleased to say that Mrs Thatcher did not suffer serious injury and will be able to continue a long and prolific politcal career.
Mrs Thatcher will present to Mr Brent Fluvog with a gold plated retractable pet leash for his efforts.