Dog In Seven Bridges Needs A Shoulder To Drive On…
BY: STAFF REPORT | BocaNewsNow.com
BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) (Copyright © 2021 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — Oh BocaRudeton, we missed you. After the need to focus on the never-ending serious coverage of COVID-19 news, death and destruction, our feature that highlights the elitist, entitled things that people do in Boca Raton, Delray Beach and across Palm Beach County returns.
In our latest BocaRudeton™ photo feature, we see a small, white dog driving a big Cadillac SUV.
The photo, sent to us by someone in Seven Bridges — which even an old school print newspaper just wrote about using the word “drama” — shows that the dog seems to have a navigation issue. The Cadillac SUV repeatedly drives over the right white line and on to the shoulder.
Whlie one can make out the image of a human in the vehicle — also presumably in the front driver’s seat — it’s unclear who was actually driving the SUV at the time the photos were taken. As anyone who lives in South Florida knows, it’s perfectly legal to let your pet drive a car or SUV, and it’s even more legal for that pet to drive the vehicle over the shoulder and into the area where walkers walk and bikers bike.
We know, we know. “I live in a private community! I can do anything I want! The police can’t stop me!”
Let us know how that plays out, Florida Tag QJWF20.
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