A horrifying video, which shows a dog being dragged along a road by a woman driving a mobility scooter, has sparked fury on Twitter.
The harrowing video shows the little pup being dragged on its side as the owner, who was sat on the mobility scooter, didn't seem to realise what is going on.
Onlookers noticed some tension between the dog and the long leash as the collar can be seen riding up the dog's neck.
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The person taking the video from a nearby car shouts: "You are hurting your dog. The dog's going to die. You are hitting the kerb."
While it remains unclear what age the woman was, she can be seen looking directly at the camera, before seemingly turning away and muttering something inaudible.
The woman then carries up along up the road in the Erdington area of Birmingham as if nothing had happened.
After being shared by the Birmz Is Grime blog on Twitter, the clip has caused widespread fury and anger, with many calling for the woman to be found.
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On the social media site, the blog captioned the footage: "Who is this person? This dog needs to be found and rescued".
One person commented: "Why has no one stopped her?"
A second wrote: "Has this been reported? It's horrific", while a third added: "Poor dog. I hope they find the lady driving and take the dog off her."
An RSPCA spokesperson said in a statement: "This video is very shocking to see. It has been brought to our attention and is now being looked into by our experienced officers. Anyone with any first-hand information about the incident should call our emergency line on 0300 1234 999."
The Daily Star has contacted West Midlands Police for a comment.
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