Cop Makes Woman Sit In Hot Car To See How Her Dog Felt [View all]
A police officer in Strongsville, Ohio, made a woman sit in a hot car so she could see what it felt like for her dog, according to a local police blotter.
The blotter did not name the officer or the woman, but stated that a concerned individual called police on April 12 to report that a dog was locked inside of a Nissan Sentra in a Walmart parking lot in Strongsville.
When the woman returned, she told the responding officer her dog was fine. What happened next was captured in the blotter, which was published by the Sun News:
To prove a point, the officer made the woman sit inside of the warm car with the windows up and without the engine on for a few minutes.
The woman said she was fine but the officer noted she looked uncomfortable. The woman was advised if she did this again she would be cited.
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|kudos to the cop, he is protecting the dogs
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