Kangaroo Allegedly Killed with Hunting Knife Deserves Justice

Target: Steven Coleman, Chief Executive Officer for the RSPCA, Australia

Goal: Demand that the man who allegedly slit a kangaroo’s throat with a hunting knife be prosecuted and receive the maximum penalty under law.

A kangaroo’s throat was reportedly slit in a shocking case of animal cruelty. The kangaroo’s death was filmed, and laughing could reportedly be heard in the background as the animal died. Demand justice for this innocent kangaroo.

The video, originally posted on Chinese social media, showed a kangaroo with an injured leg lying on a hillside. A man then reportedly approached the kangaroo from behind and stepped on the helpless animal’s back to prevent escape. Per investigators, the man then used a hunting knife to repeatedly cut the kangaroo’s throat. The kangaroo stopped moving, and the person filming could reportedly be heard laughing.

The Royal Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is investigating this case. The man in the video has not been publicly identified, and the intent is currently unknown. Sign below and demand that the man be prosecuted and receive the maximum penalty under law, if convicted.


Dear Chief Coleman,

A helpless kangaroo was allegedly killed in a shocking case of animal cruelty. A video posted on social media reportedly showed a man slitting the kangaroo’s throat with a hunting knife. We demand justice for this poor kangaroo.

The video is shocking. A kangaroo was shown lying on a hillside, unable to move much due to an injured leg, when a man approached with a hunting knife. The man then allegedly stepped on the kangaroo’s back, preventing escape, and cut the poor animal’s throat repeatedly. Laughter could allegedly be heard behind the camera as the kangaroo suffered and died.

This horrific cruelty must be punished. We demand that you prosecute the man responsible and seek the maximum penalty under law.


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  1. Sick, sadistic individuals need to be removed from the planet!


  3. Chinese shit. We all know they’re uncivilised but this POS really needs to be taught a lesson. Weak as piss RSPCA in Australia does fuck all. Also, Courts don’t ack them up when they bring a case forward. You can’t win. Human species needs an apocalypse to rid itself. Most despicable species that has evolved …. And only getting worse.

  4. I would love to sign this petition because God knows people like this creep get off with just a slap on the wrist.

    He has however,been bail from the Ringwood Magistrates Court and this is where his case will be heard.
    Personally I find RSPCA to be useless when it comes to any wildlife and anyway the charges will be brought by DELWP.

    I have been encouraging people to write or petition the Ringwood Magistrates Court to apply all the maximum penalties.
    Ringwood Magistrates’ Court

    39 Ringwood Street
    Ringwood Victoria 3134
    PO BOX:
    DX Number:
    (03) 9871 4444 (Switchboard)

    (03) 9871 4463

    Email: ringwoodcoordinator@magistratescourt.vic.gov.au

  5. OH! BTW the Kangaroo depicted on your petition is a ‘Red’ the one that creep killed was an Easter Grey. I hope you will take this comment in the manner intended which to be helpful.

  6. All I could do is cry and cry and cry I swear I could feel the depth of sorrow and pain of this innocent

    this person is going to suffer bad.

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