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Thug who let dogs tear animals apart before posing with bloodied corpses spared jail

WARNING: DISTRESSING CONTENT Antony Holloway, 38, was spared prison at Dumbarton Sheriff Court, despite being told his actions were "barbaric" A thug who took pleasure in watching his dogs rip apart defenceless animals has been spared jail. An animal charity has voiced its disappointment after Antony Holloway escaped a prison sentence despite his sick crimes being branded “barbaric” in court.

mirror.co.uk ,  1m 0
Thug who let dogs tear animals apart before posing with bloodied corpses spared jail

Evil thug forced dogs to tear animals apart and took selfies with the remains

***WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT*** 'Blood sport' loving Antony Holloway has dodged jail and been banned from keeping dogs for just four years after making his pets fight badgers and foxes to death A barbaric animal abuser posed for pictures with wild animals he set his dogs on to chase and tear apart.

dailystar.co.uk ,  1m 1513
Evil thug forced dogs to tear animals apart and took selfies with the remains

Evil Scots thug who forced dogs to tear wild animals apart then posed with their bloody remains dodges jail

Dog fighter trained terriers and lurchers to rip foxes and badgers apart. This is violent Antony Holloway taking pleasure in watching his dogs rip apart defenceless animals. But despite his sick crimes being branded “barbaric” in court, the thug escaped a jail sentence . Sheriff William Gallacher rejected the claims of Holloway, 28, that he was killing the animals as vermin control and said it was plain that his keeping of photographic trophies meant he viewed the slaughter as sport.

dailyrecord.co.uk ,  1m 39
Evil Scots thug who forced dogs to tear wild animals apart then posed with their bloody remains dodges jail

Meet the couple celebrating 50 years together after a game of Postman's Knock

Golden anniversary: Hardgate couple William and Agnes celebrate 50 years of love and laughter A couple are celebrating half a century of happy marriage filled with “love and laughter”.William Gallacher, 74, and wife Agnes, 72, met at a friend’s party where they knew it was meant to be from the moment they were chosen to play Postman’s Knock - a game in which imaginary letters are delivered in exchange for kisses.

glasgowtimes.co.uk ,  2m 9
Meet the couple celebrating 50 years together after a game of Postman's Knock