Sickening moment thug, 18, brutally punched his dog

A teenage bully caught in a video launching a sick attack on his dog has been banned from keeping animals for three years.

The shocking clip posted on social media showed the moment when 18-year-old Eden Chemo clenches his fist, screams and then hits the animal on a couch.

Chemo hits the dog, a Husky-Staffordshire bull terrier crossing named Zeus, twice while his friend records him performing the attack on his home in Manchester on 5 November.

People across the UK reported the video to animal welfare charity RSPCA after it was posted on Twitter and several others also named Chemo as the attacker.

The shocking clip posted on social media showed the moment Eden Chemo, 18, clenches his fist, screams and then punches the animal on a sofa

The shocking clip posted on social media showed the moment when 18-year-old Eden Chemo clenches his fist, screams and then hits the animal on a couch.

On the same day that the RSPCA was reported, Inspector Emma Dingley, who visited Chemo’s management, launched a probe.

He was later accused of causing unnecessary suffering to an animal by subjecting the dog to unnecessary physical violence that resulted in fear and distress.

He appeared at the Manchester Magistrates Court on Friday, where the court ordered Zeus into the care of the RSPCA, where the dog will soon be relocated.

In addition to being banned from keeping animals for three years, Chemo was ordered to place a 12-month community order with 80 hours of unpaid work and ordered to pay 300 pounds.

Chemo can be seen raising his fist on the helpless dog before he hits him

People across the UK reported the video to animal welfare charity RSPCA after it was posted on Twitter and several others also named Chemo as the attacker.

Chemo can be seen raising his fist above the defenceless dog before he punches it

People from all over the UK reported the video to the animal welfare charity RSPCA after it was posted on Twitter and several others also named Chemo as the attacker

In mitigation, the court was told that Chemo has shown remorse.

Inspector Dingley said, “This was a cowardly and nasty attack on a dog that was lying in his house and seemed to have no idea why he was being subjected to so much violence.”

“The video of the attack was posted on social media, which led to us being inundated with calls from across the country reporting on the shocking footage.

“Zeus has been under the care of the RSPCA pending the outcome of this court case and has really come in leaps and bounds. At first, he feared the movements of his hands and, if anyone came to caress his head, he would fall to the ground.

“Now he’s grown up in confidence and he’s a lovely, friendly dog.”

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