Delhi court orders couple out of parents’ house as their dog was ‘unnerving’ mother

Delhi: The plea said the son was using the dog, named Luv, to make his mother uncomfortable in her own house (Representational)

A Delhi court has ordered a man and his wife to move out of his parent’s house as a dog they recently brought home was unnerving his mother. In the plea, the man’s parents said they had brought the dog home without their consent. 

The plea said the son was using the dog, named Luv, to make his mother uncomfortable in her own house. It added that the elderly woman has developed breathing problems due to the presence of the dog. They alleged the man used to instigate the animal to attack her. 

“Thus, the complainant filed a petition under the PWDV Act (Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act, 2005) to debar the respondent from the premises,” the plea mentioned.

The court has asked the couple to vacate the house within a week.

Originally published at www.dnaindia.com

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