Dog That Mauled Owner to Death Was Likely on Crack Cocaine
DOG BITES MAN
Evidence shows that the dog that killed its owner in front of a BBC documentary crew in March in London was likely under the influence of crack cocaine. A veterinary toxicologist said samples indicated high levels of cocaine and morphine. Mario Perivoitos died in his London home after losing 10 pints of blood following the attack by his own Staffordshire bull terrier. The crew was filming Drugs Map of Britain just before the attack. The dog, Major, has been ordered put down by police.