A Sydney woman has been charged with attempted robbery after she demanded at gunpoint that a police officer hand over a chihuahua, ABC News reports. The 26-year-old dog lover had apparently arranged to buy the puppy and duly turned up at the cop's Kellyville home to collect the mutt. For reasons which are not clear, she then " …
Nothing like a bit of "ruff" justice....
I'll get my coat.
"an appearance before the beak"
A shame that the pet wasn't a parrot.
Paris Hilton is always available
She is the poster child for post term abortion.
Just how hard
did you try to get a response from Paris Hilton, guys?
Chihuahua != Dog
"The 26-year-old dog lover had ..."
If she was a dog lover, then why, oh why, was she buying a rat on steroids?
If it isn't 2' high and 4' long with a tail that can remove all items from a coffee table in one happy sweep, it isn't a dog.
Paris, 'cos she knows a dog when she sees one.
PH not available?????
Thats because she was too busy holding the gun.
And the IT angle is ?
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Chihuahuas are dangerous!
A chihuahua recently killed a rottweiler.
The chihuahua stuck in the rottweiler's throat and it choked to death.
Actually the woman didn't pull the gun on the cop, she pulled the gun on his sister and father.
By their own admission the father and sister didn't know the gun was a replica, and were acting on the assumption that it was real; yet the father still chose to tackle the woman.
Personally I think the actions of the father was reckless and could easily have had fatal consequences had it been a real gun and had the woman been a bit more serious in her intentions. After all, it's not worth losing your life over a dog.
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