The US Navy is investigating videos purportedly shot during a 2019 fundraiser at The National Navy SEAL Museum in Florida, showing a demonstration where K-9 dogs attacked a man wearing a Colin Kaepernick football jersey. The videos, which have since been removed, were posted on Instagram in January 2019 and feature a man called Josh, acting as a target for several dogs. The clips were apparently shot at a Navy Seal Museum fundraising event in January 2019 in Fort Pierce, Florida. The first video caption states that 'Colin Kaepernick stand in Josh gets attacked by 5 Navy SEAL dogs for not standing during the National Anthem at a Navy SEAL Museum fundraiser.' The SEALs Twitter account went on to state that it is investigating the incident 'fully' and noted that 'initial indications are that there were no active duty Navy personnel or equipment involved with this independent organization’s event.' Navy probes footage of military dogs mauling 'target' wearing Kaepernick jersey at SEAL Museum event | Daily Mail Online Kaepernick living rent free in the minds of people everywhere.