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Dog manages to crash car in to a supermarket

Posted on Tuesday, 2 August, 2016 | Comment icon 27 comments

The dog managed to plough the car in to Walmart. Image Credit: CC BY-SA 3.0 Sven
An unsuspecting canine ended up reversing a car in to the side of a West Virginian Walmart last week.
The peculiar incident, which took place on Friday, happened after a woman left her two dogs in her car with the engine running while she nipped in to the shop to buy some groceries.

It wasn't long before one of the dogs had managed to knock the handbreak and send the vehicle rolling backwards across the car park and in to the side of the building.

Fortunately nobody was hurt and the damage was reported to be minor.

"I didnít know dogs could drive," said one local resident.

"Dogs can be your best friend, and in this situation, they can be your enemy, too."

Source: New York Daily News | Comments (27)

Tags: Dog, Car, Walmart

Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #18 Posted by eddword on 2 August, 2016, 22:31
Why is this posted in unsolved Mysteries?? It's a stupid news filler. not a freakin Mystery.And This site keeps getting weaker and weaker by posting crap like this.. Kind like Hitlary Rotten Clinton trying to tell the truth about anything.And why do people take their dogs with them all the time when they go places, just to leave them in a hot unattended vehicle . Leave them at home.
Comment icon #19 Posted by ChaosRose on 3 August, 2016, 1:25
There are obviously different categories for discussions. If you don't like topics like this, then it should be easy enough to avoid them and find the ones you do like.†
Comment icon #20 Posted by ChaosRose on 3 August, 2016, 1:26
Someone knows they carry dog biscuits.
Comment icon #21 Posted by pallidin on 3 August, 2016, 3:54
How do you figure it makes the site less interesting? Those of us whom seriously delve into mysteries enjoy a chuckle or two from this sites sub-threads. Nothing wrong with that at all. It's called "emotional balance" and this site gratefully provides this opportunity.†
Comment icon #22 Posted by and then on 3 August, 2016, 7:04
Comment icon #23 Posted by and then on 3 August, 2016, 7:05
When I saw this story I immediately thought, BEAGLE... it's GOT to be a Beagle †
Comment icon #24 Posted by Susanc241 on 3 August, 2016, 7:08
Though it took me a while to get used to it, maybe an electronic parking brake has its advantages. Engage it when you stop - at lights or when parked. When it is time to move just drive off - it disengages itself. As long as gear is set in park (for an automatic) or neutral for a manual, no dog would accidentally be able to engage correct gear AND apply enough pressure to accelerator to make such an emergency brake disengage. Wel, I don't see how it could, anyway.....
Comment icon #25 Posted by Dark_Grey on 3 August, 2016, 16:39
Did anyone get a deion of the breed? Schnauzers are statistically most at fault for accidents. Not trying to be a bigot, just saying. Although the accidents I've personally seen involving dogs were all standard Poodles..hmm...
Comment icon #26 Posted by pallidin on 3 August, 2016, 19:54
Dog Lives Matter...
Comment icon #27 Posted by alibongo on 4 August, 2016, 8:24
My dog is such a bad driver I don't let her go to do the shopping alone any more.

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