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November 29, 2014


Jordan Winn claimed Buster, a Staffordshire bull terrier, leapt into the foot well of his Volvo and sat on the accelerator pedal, causing him to drive away from a police officer that was pursuing him in Chester-le-Street, Durham. According to Winn, Buster was operating the driving pedals with his bum while looking up at him with his head poking up between his knees because it was stuck underneath the steering wheel.

(Thanks to DaninDallas)


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Sure! Blame it on the dog.

Oh, those back seat drivers.

Winn even claimed Buster put his behind down on the brakes as the Volvo narrowly avoided a family car.

So not only did Buster make him speed but he was able to see the other car coming even thought he was sitting on the pedal at the time, facing backwards?

Are we sure his name wasn't Chucky?

Iam going to wait to see if Winn wins this before I use this excuse.

Sounds like the dog's butt was the smartest person in the car.

Soon to be on the winter Cable TV schedule "dog Butt Towing!"

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