A man was assaulted and his face was ripped off by seven pit bulls while he was on his morning walk.
Aglacir de Macedo Pereira, 46, was trapped by the canines in Lageado Feio, a country region of southern Brazil on February 2.
He was making the most of his morning walk he takes consistently when the savage canines got away from a ranch under an entryway.
Courageous bystanders saved him from the grim assault and called an emergency vehicle.
They at that point assisted him with bringing down the street to meet the crisis vehicle.
Pereira was hurried to Santa Cruz Hospital in central Pinhao, more than 20 miles away.
The pit bulls had gnawed off the entirety of the skin all over and left his skull totally uncovered.
Subsequent to showing up at the emergency clinic he disastrously kicked the bucket because of his wounds.
Pereira’s upset auntie told neighborhood media,
“He was like a son. I raised him since he was two years old.”
His family have blamed the canines’ proprietor for neglecting to keep the creatures penned up appropriately.
The possessor of the canines has not yet been singled out.
Police are examining the assault and may push penalties against the owner.