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Police: Puppy killed because it wouldn't behave for the Steelers game

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A Pittsburgh Steelers fan told police he killed his girlfriend's puppy before Sunday's game because it wouldn't behave prior to kickoff.

William Woodson, 22, is being held on $25,000 bail in the Allegheny County Jail, pending a preliminary hearing on animal cruelty at 1 p.m. next Monday before District Judge Elaine McGraw in Bridgeville.

The puppy, a 13-week-old pit bull named Flip, had been the focal point of recent arguments between Mr. Woodson and his girlfriend, Christine Gielarowski, 21, with whom Mr. Woodson lives on Jane Way.

Ms. Gielarowski still may face charges after she gave police a false name and address, then refused to identify her boyfriend as the suspect, officials said.

Gielarowski told police that Woodson kicked the dog up and down the street because it refused to walk with them. Woodson then allegedly walked away from the dying puppy and his girlfriend before police responded to a call about the abuse.

Woodson's day presumably got worse when his Steelers lost to the Kansas City Chiefs in overtime.

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This guy Woodson needs to be kicked repeatedly until he's crawling and bleeding hard on the way to his next Steeler's game. He's a really brave, tough guy


Hey Kyle, that last line isn't that funny, really. Sarcasm works best when it comes at the end of a story where something wasn't kicked to death. What awful luck for that 13 week old puppy to end up in the hands of these two savages.

I think that the only fitting justice is for the entire Steelers organization to come out and say that William Woodson belongs in jail for his cruelty.

Lets go Ravens!
These two are serious scumbags

Hey scumbag, the Steelers don't want you as a fan.

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