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article imageFlasher bitten by victim's dog

By Kev Hedges     Oct 30, 2010 in Crime
Moreton In Marsh - A flasher who indecently exposed himself to a woman in her sixties has been attacked by the victim's dog. The woman was walking her dog near Dunstall Flats in Moreton-in-Marsh, a picturesque village in the Cotswolds area of southern England.
The victim was walking her dog, a terrier, when a man approached and then exposed himself. Then the terrier growled and bit the flasher on his arm. Sgt. Ian Dowling, from North Cotswold police said, "the dog seemed to have acted instinctively and was not urged by the victim to attack".
The incident happened at 1930BST on Thursday and police are looking for a man who has large, bluey-brown eyes and was wearing navy blue tracksuit bottoms, a light blue top and a black hat. He is also described as slim and around 5ft 2in.
Police have asked local hospitals if they have treated anybody with a dog bite on his right arm and are appealing to anyone who knows somebody who has an injured arm to contact them.
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