Victims of alleged Chihuahua lip-biting tight-lipped to San Francisco police 


An intoxicated couple told police they were savaged by a friend’s Chihuahua on Thursday night in The City’s Corona Heights neighborhood, but the investigation was stifled when they refused to identify the bloodthirsty pooch, police said.

An ambulance was called to the 100 block of Ord Street at 10:30 p.m. after a man and a woman said they had both been bitten on the lip by their friend’s Chihuahua, according to a gripping account from Park Station police.

Both lips received lacerations, police said.

However, the allegedly sauced victims, when questioned by officers, “refused to identify the friend or divulge the address of the friend and the dog,” police said. They were taken to the hospital for sutures.

The pint-sized perpetrator remains, apparently, at large.

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