Zheheng Feng a NYC finance worker has been charged with animal cruelty charges after stabbing his dog and then dumping its body down a garbage chute.
Also entering the tabloid sweepstakes is Zheheng Feng a 24 year old Manhattan, NYC man, who appeared in court after stabbing his dog to death and then shoving its body down his apartment building’s garbage chute.
The incident reports the nydailynews happened at the man’s luxury penthouse residence at Sky, 605 West 42nd st near 11th avenue on May 26 with Zeng telling cops that he was forced to stab his dog after the animal began acting ‘irrationally’.
At the time, the 16.5 pound dog according to the finance worker had scratched him, leading to Feng stabbing the pet in self defense. Do you suppose?
Cops later discovered two very small scratches on the defendant’s arms noted the criminal complaint.
Explained the Wall st worker to cops, ‘Then I threw the dog in a garbage bag with the knife and threw it down the garbage chute’.
The animal’s body was discovered by a building worker.
A report via the nypost told of the worker coming across the deceased dog in a plastic bag with its head sticking out. A regard of the animal led to the discovery of slash wounds across its chest.
A cursory regard of Jeffrey Zheheng Feng‘s linkedn page reveals the man working as an agency MBS research analyst at Nomura Securities after having graduated from Cornell University in December 2016. A blog entry on the school’s website noted the former financial engineering student playing gold in his spare time along with being the vice president of USC Golf Club.
Feng has since been charged with aggravated cruelty to animals and held on $10,000 bond. He’s due back in court June 7.
— Pat Sanchez (@patlks5757) June 3, 2017