These days, everything creates a “scene”. The digital world helps to consume content quickly and by thousands of people from all over the world.
Recently police have arrested a popular YouTuber who decided to fly a dog with helium balloons. watching video.
The Youtube dog was rescued from the second floor
There are funny and surreal situations that we are talking about today is one of them. Gaurav Sharma, 32, created and posted a video in which he put helium balloons on a dog, then released him and made him fly.
As you can see from the pictures, youtuber used several balloons in different colors and tied the dog to a simple ribbon.
Meanwhile, the Youtuber of New Delhi, who has more than four million followers on the Google video platform, deleted the video, however it was copied and posted on the internet. Seconds after the dog was released, the animal was rescued on a second-floor balcony.
Flying Dog Sparking Giant Dust
YouTuber based in Delhi #GauravSharma He was arrested under the Animal Protection Act because he flew his pet dog after being tied to helium balloons. The viral video sparked massive outrage on social media platforms. Watch! pic.twitter.com/Y0RFJxOfjw
- Mirror Now (MirrorNow) May 27, 2021
Police have arrested Gaurav Sharma after a complaint from the People for Animals Association. "He (YouTube) was arrested on charges of animal cruelty and risking the life of a pet dog in order to produce the videos," said Atul Thakur, Deputy Police Commissioner in South Delhi.
As is natural, the anger at the action has been widely criticized by YouTube on social media, prompting the influencer to publicly apologize.
I admit my mistake, but I personally took all security measures. I love my pet ... it's like a son ... I also love pets. I was impressed by watching other videos.
I apologize for that and appeal to everyone who has watched the video not to do the same.
The boy relied on the help of a lady, his mother's broadcaster, who accompanied him in the various "shots" in which he was playing with the dog.
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