Girl, 11, savagely attacked in Birmingham XL bully’s viral attack, relives terrifying moment dog pounced on her

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The 11-year-old girl who was attacked by a dog in Birmingham described how she was left screaming in pain.

Speaking from her home, Ana Paun also said she supported Suella Braverman’s calls to ban American Bully XL dogs.

She revealed how the dog wrapped its jaws around her arm and then her shoulder while she went shopping with her sister.

Ana said: “At that moment I felt panic. I went to the store with my sister. The dog was looking at me. He jumped on my arm and bit me.

“It was so scary. He was screaming. He let go of my arm and then bit my shoulder.

“I feel a little better now. I went with the ambulance. I want him (the dog) to leave, to die.

“I think all dogs, bulldogs, they should all be banned.

“The owner should be in prison because he never did anything, he just let the dog bite everyone.”

Her mother, who wanted to remain anonymous, added: “She is fine. She has been in the hospital but she is fine and now she is recovering.

“I thank God that she is alive.”

Meanwhile, West Midlands Police said officers were continuing to investigate the incident in Birmingham which left three people injured, including an 11-year-old girl.

CCTV footage of the dog attacking the public on the forecourt of a garage, in Bordelsy Green, Birmingham


He suffered serious injuries to his shoulder and forearms and is now recovering at home after receiving hospital treatment.

Ana Paun with her arm bandaged after being attacked by the American XL

(Anita Maric / SWNS)

A 20-year-old man was chased through a garage yard and taken to hospital with bites to his shoulder and forearm, as well as cuts and bruises from being dragged on the ground.

Another man was also injured and had to be hospitalized for treatment.

Police said the dog broke free from its owner twice during the incident.

Yousef Ahadzai was trying to distract the dog and was bitten on the leg

(Anita Maric / SWNS)

“The dog was captured by the agents and taken to a veterinarian suffering from heat stroke. “He has now been taken to a secure kennel and our dog unit will consider what will happen to him,” a police spokesperson said.

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“The dog’s owner is currently in hospital and we will speak to him in due course.

“This was an alarming and shocking incident on a busy road in high temperatures and the public showed immense courage in confronting such a ferocious dog.”

CCTV footage of the dog attacking members of the public in a garage yard in Bordelsy Green


It comes as the mother of a 10-year-old boy killed by an American XL bully dog ​​has questioned why the Government has not acted sooner to ban the breed.

Emma Whitfield spoke out after Home Secretary Suella Braverman suggested animals could be banned.

The cabinet minister announced she had commissioned “urgent advice” on a dog ban after she highlighted a “appalling” attack on an 11-year-old girl in Birmingham, which was filmed by an eyewitness and posted on social media .

Whitfield’s son Jack Lis was attacked by an XL thug called Beast in Caerphilly, South Wales, two years ago.

Emma Whitfield spoke out after Home Secretary Suella Braverman suggested animals could be banned.


On Twitter/X, Ms Whitfield said: “It’s crazy how this video has gone viral and now politicians are coming out of the woodwork saying how bad it is.

“Where were you when they killed my son? Where were you when other innocent people were killed?

“Where were you when you were in parliament asking for change? Nowhere.

“If you are going to do something, please do it. Stop beating around the bush about the ‘race neutral’ nonsense and do something.

“Maybe you can do this and work with the backyard breeders and thug owners who ruin lives too.”

Brandon Hayden and Amy Salter were later jailed after admitting being in charge of the out-of-control dog that killed Jack.

Adding the XL bully to the banned list is the responsibility of Environment Secretary Therese Coffey’s department, where, the PA news agency understands, there are concerns about the feasibility of the move.

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The dog, which was developed from the American pit bull terrier, is not recognized as a specific breed by the Kennel Club.

It could be difficult to define and some fear that a ban could inadvertently outlaw other dogs.

It is illegal to own, breed or sell dogs listed by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra).

But it is also illegal to own a dog that is dangerously out of control, which can be punishable by prison sentences and unlimited fines.

There are four dog breeds banned in the UK: the Pit Bull Terrier, the Japanese Tosa, the Dogo Argentino and the Fila Brasileiro.

A Defra spokesperson said: “We take dog attacks and anti-social behavior very seriously and ensure the full weight of the law is applied.

“This can range from lower level community protection notices, which require dog owners to take appropriate action to address the behaviour, to more serious offenses under the Dangerous Dogs Act, where people can be jailed for up to 14 years, disqualified from ownership, or result in the euthanasia of dangerous dogs.”

Downing Street said the UK government takes the issue of US XL bully dogs “very seriously”.

“The images we saw over the weekend were shocking. “I know the police are investigating that specific incident,” the prime minister’s official spokesman said.

“We take this issue very seriously. We have commissioned urgent advice on what measures we can take with dangerous dogs. I think the Home Secretary made that clear yesterday. “And beyond that immediate work, we have a number of measures to protect people under the Dangerous Dogs Act.”

During a visit to an east London school, Labor leader Sir Keir Starmer told reporters: “I think there is a strong case for banning this particular breed.

“Anyone who has seen footage of what happened is really shocked by what happened and I think no one would say that that is perfectly acceptable and that nothing needs to be done.

“I want to see what the government is going to propose. “I hope we can do this quickly and constructively.”


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