News, Culture & Society

Group of men filmed beating a kangaroo to death with knuckle dusters

‘It’s one of the most disturbing things I’ve seen’: Hunt underway for group of men filmed beating a kangaroo to death with knuckle dusters before stabbing another in the head

  • Video discovered by WA police showing group of men beat kangaroos to death 
  • Joondalup detectives appealing for public’s help locating three men on video 
  • ‘One of the most disturbing things I’ve seen hands down,’ Senior Constable said 

A horrific video showing a group of men beating kangaroos to death has been discovered by police.

The video captured two incidents of animal cruelty, thought to have occurred in Western Australia, in May and June, during which a pair of kangaroos were bashed with knuckle dusters and stabbed in the head and neck. 

One of the animals was also reportedly set on fire.

 

Horrific video showing a group of men beat kangaroos to death has been discovered by police as they appeal for the public’s help to identify the men on the footage 

The video shows two incidents of animal cruelty, thought to have occurred in Western Australia, on Saturday 19 May and Saturday 16 June 

The video shows two incidents of animal cruelty, thought to have occurred in Western Australia, on Saturday 19 May and Saturday 16 June 

‘It’s graphic, it’s disturbing, it’s cowardly. In my 17 years of policing it’s one of the most disturbing things I’ve seen hands down,’ Senior Constable Paul Giuffre told 9News. 

The videos were discovered on a Perth man’s phone after he was arrested on an unrelated matter. 

Police are asking the public for help to try and identify three men seen in the footage, who they believe may be able to assist them with their investigation.

The three men are between 20-30 years of age, fair skinned, and medium to solid builds. The first man has dark facial hair, was wearing a black beanie with a white emblem on the front, and a black hooded top. 

The second has short brown hair, is clean shaven and was wearing a black hooded top. While the third man has facial hair and was wearing a dark coloured top with an emblem on the front.

The footage was released by officers just days after a man in South Australia filmed himself laughing while running down up to 10 emus in a truck on a country road.

If you have any information on the identity of the three males, or the animal cruelty incidents, please call Crime Stoppers.

If you have any information on the identity of the three males, or the animal cruelty incidents, please call Crime Stoppers 

If you have any information on the identity of the three males, or the animal cruelty incidents, please call Crime Stoppers 

Advertisement

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk