The Navy SEALs launched a thorough investigation to probe into an incident involving a military dog attack.
The strange ordeal took place at a fundraising event.
Moreover, the footage shows how the dogs attacked the man, clad in a Colin Kaepernick themed jersey.
During the video, he screams, ‘ Oh man, I’ll stand,’ while in mock arrest.On the other hand, the Navy SEALs termed the unidentified individual as a ‘target. ’ They also claim that they’re still investigating the event ‘fully.
The video dates back to 2019, held at Florida’s National Navy Seal Museum. It focused on a demonstration showcasing K-9 dogs attacking an individual wearing the renowned jersey.
The posted videos gained fame through social media, Instagram in particular. Recently, however, they were removed.
Viewers saw a man named Josh, serving as the target for a number of dogs. Recent reports explained how the clips were filmed at the Navy’s Seals museum at Fort Pierce in Florida.
The first video’s caption explains Colin Kaepernick’s stand attack by 5 gruesome military dogs. They are owned by the Navy SEALs. But what was the reason? Well, that’s because Josh refused to stand during the national anthem.
In the video, Josh looks on quietly when suddenly, a group of dogs march towards him, attacking him upon command.
Meanwhile, another video was titled as follows:
‘Demo during the Navy SEAL’s fundraiser as well as Navy SEAL dogs takedown Colin Kaepernick for not standing during the National Anthem.’ This is the exact point in time where Josh goes into mock custody. When ordered to ‘get on his belly, he humorously replies: ‘Oh man, I prefer to stand.’
Both videos feature Josh, wearing a red-colored football jersey. The emblazoned attire features the ‘Kaepernick’ name. alongside the famous 49ers number. The fully padded outfit protected him from any sort of dog attack.