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June 27, 2018


DUI Suspect Claimed His Dog Was The One Driving Erratically

You will be shocked when you learn the name of the state where this happened.

(Thanks to Ralph)


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My dog has a tendency to weave around when she wags her tail so I don't let her drive anymore. She's also bad about leaving the left turn signal on.

Of course, the fact that his dog was NOT in the car at the time did not deter him from making his case.

Key yummy-sounding beverage of choice:
Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum.

Booze hounds are not known for their loyalty.

The dog did have a valid Florida driver's license, but unfortunately not a dog license.

He ate my homework too.

From a theoretically legal standpoint, how would you prove your dog is an erratic driver ?

"I had to let the dog drive ... I'm drunk!"

"Where's the dog now? He's right here ... you can't (hic!) see him?"

"What Lassie? Timmy's letting Ruff Ruff drive? You call the FHP and I'll call the sheriff."

Hypothetical when Lassie discovers what her ex-owner (we think) is up to.

Wag the dog strategy failed the breathalyzer.

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