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Three teenagers have been charged after they allegedly tortured a helpless kangaroo before sharing videos of their sadistic acts online.

Footage of the distressing event in Bundaberg, in Central Queensland, was posted to one of the perpetrators’ Snapchat accounts.

One of the teens ran over the kangaroo with their car before the trio exit the vehicle and beat the defenceless animal, the video allegedly shows.

Three Queensland teenagers have been charged after they allegedly tortured a helpless kangaroo before sharing clips of their sadistic acts on social media

Three Queensland teenagers have been charged after they allegedly tortured a helpless kangaroo before sharing clips of their sadistic acts on social media

Three Queensland teenagers have been charged after they allegedly tortured a helpless kangaroo before sharing clips of their sadistic acts on social media

One of the perpetrators is seen dancing next to the kangaroo after it has already been run over before he callously kicked it in the head.

The alleged animal abusers appeared proud of their actions in the videos and captioned one clip: ‘kill 2 for the night’.

The ‘first kill’ is in reference to an earlier video the perpetrators posted that features a motionless hare sitting in a pool of blood. They caption that clip, ‘poor rabbit KO-ed by the commy’. 

It is insinuated that the teens allegedly ran over the rabbit as well.

One of the perpetrators is seen dancing next to the kangaroo after it has already been run over before he callously kicked it in the head

One of the perpetrators is seen dancing next to the kangaroo after it has already been run over before he callously kicked it in the head

One of the perpetrators is seen dancing next to the kangaroo after it has already been run over before he callously kicked it in the head

Two boys aged 13 and 17 and one girl aged 17, all from Bundaberg, have been charged with serious animal cruelty. 

The abuser who shared the footage to their Snapchat account did not hide their identity online.

Police launched an investigation after the footage was posted online before charging the three teenagers on Tuesday.

The police investigation is ongoing. 

Police launched an investigation before charging the three teenagers on Tuesday. Animal welfare organisation RSCPA has also launched a formal investigation into the incident. The organisation described the content of the videos as 'vile and utterly abhorrent' in a statement

Police launched an investigation before charging the three teenagers on Tuesday. Animal welfare organisation RSCPA has also launched a formal investigation into the incident. The organisation described the content of the videos as 'vile and utterly abhorrent' in a statement

Police launched an investigation before charging the three teenagers on Tuesday. Animal welfare organisation RSCPA has also launched a formal investigation into the incident. The organisation described the content of the videos as ‘vile and utterly abhorrent’ in a statement

Animal welfare organisation RSCPA has also launched a formal investigation into the shocking case of animal cruelty.

The organisation described the content of the videos as ‘vile and utterly abhorrent’ in a statement. 

The three teenagers face hefty fines and years of imprisonment if convicted.

The maximum penalty for cruelty to animals in Queensland is $275,700 or three years’ imprisonment under the Animal Care and Protection Act of 2001.

Charges of severe animal cruelty under the Criminal Code Act 1899 carries a maximum penalty of seven years’ jail.

Source: DailyMail

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