LONDON – Medical reports show that a man’s dog was under the influence of crack and morphine when it killed its owner in front of a documentary film crew.

The attack happened in March in front of a BBC documentary crew who were in the home of 41-year-old Mario Perivoitos, filming a documentary about drugs.

After ingesting cocaine, Perivoitos lay in his bed and started having an epileptic fit. This caused his Staffordshire bull terrier named “Major” (not pictured) to attack him and latch on to his neck.

The film crew called police while trying to get the dog off of Perivoitos, but it took 30 minutes before the dog was wrestled off the man.

Perivoitos would not survive the mauling and died from a crushed larynx and massive hemorrhaging.

A toxicology report would later show that the dog had large amounts of cocaine and morphine in his urine.

The toxicologist stated that while it’s impossible to determine if the drugs were the direct cause of the attack, they would have been a factor in the dog’s behavior as drugs typically make dogs “respond abnormally.”

Finally free from a drug addicted owner and clean from crack and morphine, Major is scheduled to be euthanized.…


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