UPS Employee Under Investigation After Dogs Sprayed During Package Delivery

StoryfulNewsPublished: September 27, 2017
Published: September 27, 2017

A UPS employee is under investigation after two dogs were sprayed with a substance alleged to be pepper spray at the time he made a delivery to a home in Oxford, Missouri, on Sunday, September 24. Missouri native Holly, who doesn’t want her last name published, told Storyful she was coming home from church when the incident occurred. CCTV footage Holly shared to Facebook shows a UPS employee spray a substance at Holly’s two dogs at least 12 times over the course of six minutes. The video shows the man spraying Colonel, a nine-month-old golden retriever, from the truck numerous times. After he put two packages at the house, he pepper-sprayed Liberty, a four-year-old Great Pyrenees, and then sprayed the dogs again from his truck. Holly said she watched the CCTV footage after she had touched her dogs, and her hands and eyes became irritated by a substance. A UPS spokesperson confirmed to local media that the incident is under investigation. Credit: Faceboook/Holly Morgan Jubera via Storyful

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