WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT. The man, named as Qiu Hengqing, 30, was posting clips of the outrageous acts including tasering the dogs, chucking them in a freezer and feeding them wasabi.
- WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
- 30-year-old man in east China have been posting videos of dog abuse online
- Subscribers pay up to 120 yuan (£14) to become members of his closed group
- Man filmed himself tying up the toy poodles and force-feeding them wasabi
- Local animal rights activists stormed his residence and rescued the three dogs
A man in east China who had been earning money through posting videos of dog abuse online has been publicly named and shamed.
The man, identified as 30-year-old Qiu Hengqing, had been setting up live-streams of the outrageous acts including tasering the dogs, chucking them in a freezer and force-feeding them wasabi and alcohol, according to Chinese reports.
Animal rights activists in Qingzhou city, Shandong province formed a volunteer group and successfully rescued the three toy poodles after tracking down the man.