DELRAY BEACH, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Let’s be clear. There is no situation in which it is okay to bring your dog to the movies. But apparently the woman seen in the photo above doesn’t understand that, as she brought her foo foo dog, dressed with a bow, into Frank’s Saturday Night. We don’t know what movie she saw, but we do know that the dog came complete with a portable cage and apparently other family members.
This woman is our latest inductee in the Boca Rudeton™ Hall Of Shame.
Public service announcement: Folks, leave your dogs at home. No one wants to see them. No one wants them on planes. No one wants them at Publix. No one wants them in restaurants. No one wants them at the mall in a baby stroller. And for the love all things, no one wants them at the movies. If you need to bring your dog everywhere you go, we strongly encourage you to get help.
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