The YouTuber regrets his actions.
On February 25th, 2021, a reporter traveled to Udon Thani to the home of Mr. Lim Ngugi, aged 22, the YouTuber whose antics recently showed a four month old puppy being tossed onto a moo-kata pan. The puppy, named “Fist”, was cheerful and friendly according to the reporter.
Mr. Lim opened up to reporters and said this dog was the first of th litter that came up to play with him. He said he loved Fist and took care of him well. He thought to make the clip on YouTube when he was eating moo-kata and have the dog jump up and vie for his attention and food.
But the YouTuber said his friend threw Fist with a bit too much force in the clip. Mr. Lim also said the soup in the moo-kata pan had already cooled.
Mr. Lim admitted that he was wrong to film this. He also understood that Fist was shocked and hurt from the incident and he would be hurt too if the same was done to him.
He regrets the actions and admits his mistakes and promises it won’t happen again.
Mr. Lim said he does YouTube videos to raise money for his family.
After the clip was posted online, there were a lot of threats to Mr. Lim, which caused him to delete the video.
Video of the puppy being tossed onto the moo-kata:
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My take: I think Mr. Lim is being honest and regrets his actions. The deeper problem is that social media encourages this sort of behavior.
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