Owner betrayed by Pet Dog..

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  1. n4tec

    n4tec Active Member

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    The excited pet dog of a German man on the run from the law led police to his master's hiding place in a cupboard, police in the west of the country say.

    When officers called at his flat in Euskirchen, near Cologne, the door was opened by an acquaintance of the missing man who was holding the dog.

    The acquaintance said he did not know where the owner was.

    But when the dog was set down, it led police to the cupboard, where it stood expectantly with its tail wagging.

    Officers who opened the cupboard, which was just a metre (3ft 3in) high and 80cm (2ft 6in) wide, found the fugitive "hunched up inside".

    A police spokesman did not say what offence the man was being sought in connection with but told AFP news agency it was "not a capital crime".

    Neither the name of the suspect, 52, nor that of the pet was given but, according to AFP, the dog was a Jack Russell terrier.

    [ BBC News ]
     
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  2. cybercool10

    cybercool10 New Member

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    And we called it the Best Friend of a Man :p
     
  3. n4tec

    n4tec Active Member

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    Don't blame the dog.

    That's probably where the owner hides when they plays hide and seek.
     
  4. fractalfeline

    fractalfeline New Member

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    lol dogs are hilarious. He probably didn't know any better.
     
  5. n4tec

    n4tec Active Member

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    The moral of the story is have red/ black peper nearby. so you do not get caught by your pet dog.
     
  6. DeadBattery

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    Well, it's not the dog's fault.
    It is trained to go back to its owner; regardless of how far away he/she is.
     

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