A 22-year-old man who is also a cocaine dealer is facing at least 2 years imprisonment and was banned indefinitely from ever keeping animals.

The discovery was made when he was arrested by police for drug offenses. But there was more to his sickening routines.

Identified as Callum Pullen, the 22-year-old was first detained for drug-related offenses. His mobile phone was also raided and it was here where disturbing footage of him orchestrating an attack on a badger by his two dogs.

Pullen admitted to willfully killing the badger as well as being in possession of crack cocaine with the intent to supply and supplying drugs on Sept. 7, 2020. Aside from these, he was also found to be in possession of a knife on July 27.

According to prosecutor Stephen Robinson, the drug deals went down at a play park. Pullen was paid in cash by a drug user who in turn handed the drugs over to another man.

When the 22-year-old was arrested, authorities found seven packages of crack cocaine valued at £140 with 55% purity.

But the sickening part was the videos found in his home. Pullen could be heard enticing the dog to attack the badger. The animal was badly injured and later on died.

After doing so, Pullen even lauded the dog named “Pig” and called him a “good lad.” Even with the badger squealing due to the attack of two dogs, laughter could be heard in the video.

"There was clearly at least one other male present. Obvious enjoyment was being derived by the defendant for this activity. The film was kept for further perusal by him," Robinson stated.

Judge Sophie McKone was unforgiving as well. She pointed out the sickening behavior of the 22-year-old and was left wondering how Pullen viewed that act as entertaining.

"You did this sickening behavior for entertainment because you were bored. It's hard to imagine what causes a person to think in any way that this could be viewed as entertainment," Judge McKone stated.

Pullen was jailed for two years and 10 months. He has been banned from keeping animals indefinitely. Once the dog turns up, it will be removed from Pullen – if it turns out that he still owns the canine.

22-year-old orders dogs to attack badger that eventually died
22-year-old orders dogs to attack badger that eventually died Photo: UK Animal Cruelty Files – UKACF Facebook Page

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