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In Bucheon, Gyeonggi-do, a woman in her 40s approached a Jindo dog she met by chance and was bitten and sued by the police for negligence.

The Wonmi Police Station in Bucheon announced today (16th) that it will soon investigate a woman in her 40s, who owns a Jindo dog, on charges of negligence after receiving such a complaint.

Her accuser, woman B in her 40s, approached a Jindo dog who had been standing for a while near a cafe in Wonmi-gu, Bucheon-si around 7:30 pm on the 14th of last month and bit her left back, ear and arm.

At that time, Mr. B asked Mr. A, "The dog is pretty and handsome. May I touch her once?" and extended her hand, and it was determined that she was bitten by a running Jindo dog.

At that time, this Jindo dog was wearing a leash attached to the dog owner's arm, but it is said that he did not wear a muzzle because it was not included in the muzzle compulsory breed.

In this case, Mr. A was diagnosed with an anterior two-week injury, and she is currently receiving treatment at the hospital.

Mr. B is said to have told the police that she said, "She said Mr. A said she was allowed to touch the dog, and she touched her and she was injured."

But she is known to have claimed that Mr. A she had warned at the time of the incident that she "may be bitten" by her.

A police official said, "Currently, only B, the complainant, has completed the investigation.