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Dog scoops V-Metro reporter


by V-metro reporter


 

 

so after having marauded anyone who crossed the ‘Scoops and Hoops’ path with scintillating rumours, V-Metro reporter, Chris Paul yesterday failed to turn up for work after his neighbour’s dog hooped and scooped him during Easter weekend.
Chris Paul confirmed he was treated at Katutura State Hospital, but stopped short of elaborating on whether he was bitten by a dog while story-hunting or thigh-hunting.
The editorial team has advised the reporter to stay away until he is cleared of rabies, “We cannot afford him being crazier than he was before the Easter break.”
Once a sworn enemy to The Dogg, a different dog has just scooped and hooped on Chris Paul.