A Guy in a High-Speed Police Chase Let His Dog Handle the Driving
When you can't be around other humans, I guess this is how you improvise when you need some help?
There's a 51-year-old guy from Lakewood, Washington who got into a high-speed police chase on Sunday in his 1996 Buick.
And as the cops were chasing him, they realized he wasn't driving . . . his pet PIT BULL was behind the wheel.
The car was going over 100 miles-per-hour and the guy wound up hitting two other cars before the cops stopped him with spike strips. Somehow, as far as we know, no one was hurt.
The guy told the cops he was teaching the dog how to drive so the pit bull was in the driver's seat while the guy handled the wheel and gas pedal.
He was charged with a DUI, reckless driving, hit-and-run, and felony eluding. The dog is not facing any charges.