Horror As Dead Canadian Man Is Found Half-eaten By His Beloved Pet Dog Cujo Who’s Found By Cops With Blood Dripping From His Mouth

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A DEAD man has been found half eaten by his beloved pet dog – who chewed his master’s face “down to the skull”.

Glenn Pattinson, 62, was eaten by his hungry pet, Cujo, after he died at his home in Thailand up to ten days ago.

Viral Press Glenn Pattinson, 62, was eaten by his hungry pet, Cujo, after he died at home in Thailand

The five-year-old dog was found sitting by the Canadian man’s side – with blood dripping from his mouth.

Rescue workers were only alerted last Friday when neighbours began to complain about Cujo’s constant barking and became suspicious that he wasn’t being taken for a walk.

Paramedics who arrived found Glenn’s face had been chewed down to his skull and his ribs were exposed from where his torso had been eaten.

After police arrived at the property, in the Sattahip district near Pattaya,officers posed for a bizarre picture, in which they pointed accusingly at the confused dog.

Cujo was found sitting faithfully by his master’s side

He had blood around his mouth

Resident Bell Suchin, 34, said: “The foreign man had lived here for about three years and he was friendly. He loved his dog – he took him for walks every night.

“He lived alone but he had a lot of different women visitors coming to the house. So I think he was happy, he always was happy when he was outside walking.”

Medics said that Glenn had been taken to hospital two weeks ago and later discharged to return home.

They said that a number of diabetes related tables were found in the room.

Police said they were not treating the death as suspicious.

Police Lieutenant Colonel Pasawat Siripon Noppakun said: “Mr Glenn Stanley Pattinson was found not wearing any clothes.

Viral Press Canadian Glenn Pattinson died up to ten days ago, police said




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