Written by Colin Seal
MAN really is dog's best friend
Galeforce winds blew a pet dog off Victoria's Brighton Pier into rough seas. The series of images says it all - scroll down after reading her dog's tale and how dog training could've prevented an almost tragedy..
Desperate maltese-shitzu cross owner Sue Drummond looked on helplessly as her pooch Bibi was tossed into the surging waves off Victoria's Brighton Pier. Check out other Dog Training Collar Reviews now!
"I thought he was going to sink and then maybe I wouldn't be able to find him," she said.
Sue was reluctant to hop in the water as she wasn't sure if she was strong enough to make it back to shore with the already struggling dog.
Luckily for Bibi, Raden Soemawinata stripped down to shirt, jocks and socks, and dived in after the dog.
Mr Soemawinata, 20, was on the pier for a family ceremony to scatter his grandmother's ashes into the bay.
"It was pretty cold and windy, but it wasn't such a hard decision to jump in, it wasn't such a great feat," the humble hero said after the rescue.
"I'm a part-time model, so getting into my jocks isn't so different to what I do for work."
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