SAF says camp attacked by stray dogs PHOTO: FACEBOOK/THE SINGAPORE ARMY

The Army said its Pasir Ris camp has suffered a series of attacks by "increasingly aggressive" stray dogs, after punishing a full-time National Serviceman who filmed one strung up in a camp bathroom.

In a Facebook post last night, it said there were at least five recorded occasions of the dogs biting or attempting to bite army personnel.

It had been reported that the NSF who filmed the dog and sent the video to Animal Lovers League founder Cathy Strong had been given 21 days suspension of leave and ordered to check in regularly with military police.

The Facebook post included a photograph (below) showing "the dog bites suffered by a lady who works in the camp and was bitten twice".