(Translated from narrations)
Around 6:20 ., an old man was walking his pitbull along Wenyuan Street. Drawn by curiosity, the dog went for an object on the ground, and the old man tried to stop it by pulling the leash. All of a sudden the pitbull started attacking its owner.
Soon the old man dropped to the ground, and his hands were clenched by the dog. 6:21, he sat up, grabbed something and hit the dog in the head with it. However, the pitbull attacked even more fiercely.
A nearby security guard saw it and came at the man's aid with a stick in hand. Another guy also came with a crutch. They pulled the leash hard, attempting to separate the dog from its owner.
"We tried to pull the dog away, but we didn't make it (at first). So the owner told us to kill it."
After a few seconds, the guard finally pulled the dog away. The old man sat up slowly. To everyone's surprise, the
It is now generally settled in caselaw that jurisdictions in the . and Canada have the right to enact breed-specific legislation.  Despite these holdings by the courts, there is some public skepticism over whether the laws are effective.  One point of view is that pit bulls are a public safety issue that merits actions such as banning ownership, mandatory spay/neuter for all pit bulls, mandatory microchip implants and liability insurance , or prohibiting people convicted of a felony from owning pit bulls.  Another point of view is that comprehensive "dog bite" legislation, coupled with better consumer education and legally mandating responsible pet-keeping practices, is a better solution to the problem of dangerous pit bulls than BSL.