DOG WALKER IN LENTON RECREATION GROUND DISCOVERS BREAD WITH 'PINS EMBEDDED' IN IT
On Monday, 10 May 2021 Peter Hennessy reported in the Nottingham Post that, following the discovery of bread with pins embedded in it in Lenton Recreation Ground, dog owners are being warned to be careful when walking their dogs there.
Warning as bread with 'pins embedded' found at popular dog walking spot
'The bread has been removed but there could be more left'
A warning has been issued to dog owners in Nottinghamshire after bread with pins embedded was found at a Nottingham park.
The discovery was made by a dog walker at Lenton Recreation Ground on Sunday, May 9.
The bread has been removed from the park, but there are concerns more could be left at the location which would be harmful to any dogs who may find it.
Nottingham City Stray Dogs posted online: "Please use caution when walking your dogs at Lenton Recreation ground/ Lenton Boulevard side.
"Dog Walker has found bread with pins embedded.
"The bread has been removed but there could be more left."
A picture taken of the bread shows what appears to be staples left in it and it has been widely shared online as a warning to anyone who may walk their dogs in the area.
Lenton Drives and Neighbours Residents' Association posted on Twitter: "There are some evil individuals out there - dog owners beware. Please share."
A lot of people expressed concern after seeing it had been found at such a popular dog walking spot.
"I just don't get it," one wrote.
"Staples, pins - put it into something edible and consequences will happen."
There were some suggestions the bread could have been stapled onto a tree in the park as part of an ongoing Reddit trend.