The Supreme Court on Monday expressed concerns over the growing attacks by stray dogs on humans after a lawyer appeared before the Court with an injured hand. .The bench of Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud and Justices PS Narasimha and Manoj Misra expressed its concern with the CJI saying that his law clerk was also attacked by a dog when he was parking his car..The discussion came about after advocate Kunal Chatterjee appeared before the Court with an injured hand. "What happened," the CJI asked."Five dogs pounced on me," Chatterjee replied. "If you need medical attention I can ask the registry to look into this," the CJI said. "This is becoming a menace," said Justice Narasimha. "My law clerk was parking his car and was also attacked," the CJI said."There was a case in UP. A boy was bitten by dog. He got rabies and he was seen in lap of his father dying. The doctor and the father were completely helpless," Solicitor General Tushar Mehta weighed in. A lawyer then urged the CJI to take suo motu cognisance of the issue. .The top court is already seized of case relating to stray dog attacks on humans.