Cat killing UK stoner sentenced to jail

Cat killing UK stoner sentenced to jail for stabbing his cat to death after it found his weed stash and ate it.

Aaron Chapman, 29, from Bodmin, Cornwall, has been sentenced to jail for a total of four months after he was found guilty of stabbing his cat, Lord Biris, to death at a New Year’s party in 2018.

Chapman, who is a bodybuilder and owns a building company, discovered that the feline had gotten into his private marijuana stash and ate it during the nights festivities and became so enraged that he threw the cat to the ground and stabbed it repeatedly in front of traumatised guests.

Magistrates said it was the ‘most horrendous, vicious assault on his own cat’.

Alongside his 4-month sentence, Chapman was also fined £205, plus court costs, and has been issued a life ban on owning pets.

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