Skip to Content

Dog Caught Speeding While Behind Wheel Of Car

Motorist fined after dog is photographed behind wheel of speeding car
Credit: YouTube / Sky News Australia

Not something you see everyday! An unexpected moment occurred when the police examined a photo taken by a speed camera. They were taken by surprise when they noticed a dog with its paw on the steering wheel.

Motorist fined after dog is photographed behind wheel of speeding car
Credit: YouTube / Sky News Australia

The motorist fined for speeding received the penalty due to an unexpected passenger captured by a speed camera. A brown hunting dog named Havino.

This canine co-pilot seemed quite at ease in the driver’s seat of the Skoda. The dog, Havino, even sporting what appeared to be a mischievous grin. Local law enforcement, as per a Facebook announcement, promptly pulled over the 31-year-old driver following the camera’s snapshot. Although the driver asserted that Havino had leaped onto his lap unexpectedly, the police argued that the footage portrayed a different narrative. They noted a lack of sudden movements within the vehicle, casting doubt on the driver’s explanation.

However, the police did not disclose whether the man was fined for speeding or permitting his dog to take the wheel.

In their post, they cautioned drivers about the potential distraction of pets while on the road.

Check out: Urgent Season for Bear Cubs Safety Along Yosemite’s Tioga Road.

Perks of Having a Hunting Dog

  1. Loyal Companion: Hunting dogs are known for their loyalty and strong bond with their owners. They often make excellent family pets, providing companionship and protection.
  2. Exercise Partner: Hunting breeds are typically high-energy dogs that require regular exercise. If you enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, jogging, or hunting, a hunting dog can be the perfect partner.
  3. Trainability: Many hunting breeds are highly trainable and eager to please. They often excel in obedience training, which can make them well-behaved and obedient pets.
  4. Versatility: While hunting dogs are bred for specific tasks, many of them can adapt to various activities and roles. They can excel in dog sports, search and rescue, and even as therapy dogs.
  5. Protection: Some hunting breeds have protective instincts, which can make them excellent watchdogs. They will alert you to any potential intruders or unusual activities around your home.

Related: Types of Hunting Dog Breeds.

Check out: Snoring Elephant.

Bottom Line

YouTube video

Overall, this quirky incident serves as a humorous reminder of the unexpected twists that life can bring. It also underscores the importance of staying focused and avoiding distractions while driving. The police’s cautionary note regarding the potential distractions posed by pets serves as a valuable lesson for all drivers, highlighting the need for vigilance and responsibility behind the wheel, even when faced with such amusing tales.

Thanks for reading along! For more, check out our related article links below.

Next up:

Join our Forum for free today!

Animal Forum
Click Here
Grizzly Bear Spotted Feet From Alaskan Campsite Top 10 States With The Most Cougar Top 10 States With The Most Moose Top 10 States With The Most Coyote Top 10 States With The Most Elk