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    Probably no one wants to be stabbed in the back by their friends or family. Even less so, nobody wants to be pecked in the tush by a stranger - like this poor pug was.

    A pug was caught on camera taking a walk outside and minding its own business before one particularly cheeky crow disturbed its stroll. The black and grey avian pecked the poor pooch choosing the pug's posterior as its target. This brazen attitude naturally didn't sit well with the small doggy that was almost sent flying due to the barbaric act.

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