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Dog Uses Boca Raton Town Center Mall As Bathroom, Caught On Camera

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BOCA RUDETON™: Woman Walks Dog In Mall, Dog Leaves Gross Gift For All. WATCH THE VIDEO.

BOCA RUDETON™. Woman apparently lets her dog use Boca Raton’s Town Center Mall as a bathroom. Watch the video, below.


BOCA RATON, FL ( (Copyright © 2022 MetroDesk Media, LLC) — In the latest installment of our never-ending series featuring Boca Raton residents and guests treating their dogs as children, a woman took her dog to the Boca Raton Town Center Mall where it apparently pooped all over the floor.

The video, provided to by a frustrated reader, shows a woman, her dog, and the gift it apparently left behind for all to enjoy at the mall. While Boca Raton Town Center Mall does permit dogs, it requires that they be well behaved. This does not seem to fit that requirement.

Lady with a dog who decided to use the mall as a bathroom: you are our latest Boca Rudeton™ winner. Congratulations! We don’t normally send, well, what your dog left behind, but perhaps you’ll receive the official pooper scooper — complete with our upcoming book, “A guide for how to act in a civilized society, and Boca Raton.” It comes in a box set with our first book, “No, your dog isn’t a child and doesn’t belong in a restaurant, a baby carriage, or a mall. It’s a dog.”

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Video provided by a reader on February 12th, 2022.

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