A Pug Was Arrested In America And Their Mugshot Is Incredible
Some serious news coming in from New Jersey as reports of a perpetrator sneaking through gardens and causing havoc in the local area are concerning worried residents.
Police are urging people in the area to be extra vigilant against intruders, and keep their eyes out for trespassers.
Police were on the suspect’s tail, but apparently they managed to avoid capture for some time thanks to their unbearable cuteness overpowering the authorities.
The suspect is described as approximately two feet tall, weighing around 20 pounds, having a smushy little face and is just totally adorable.
Thankfully, the four-legged fiend was taken into custody just in time before everybody’s hearts literally melted at the sight of the furry little fella.
Putting the public at ease, Cape May Police Department wrote on their Facebook page:
This is what happens when you run away from home. This guy was captured sneaking through yards on the 1300 block on New Jersey Avenue. #pugmug
Residents in the area were obviously concerned, as the police’s post was shared by almost 10,000 people.
Police have now reprimanded the offender and, having offered nothing more than heavy panting, drooling and a few short barks during questioning, the suspect was put behind bars.
Amazingly, a worried citizen came forward and accepted responsibility for the pupper-trator, and she was released on bail shortly afterwards.
The suspect was later identified as Bean the pug who, according to sources, paid her bail in cookies.
Residents can now breathe a sigh of relief as their back yards are no longer subject to the threat of terror that Bean the pug was holding over them.
Unfortunately, some people take joking around with pugs a bit too far.
A man who filmed his girlfriend’s pet pug giving Nazi salutes was convicted of committing a hate crime earlier this year.
Mark Meechan – known as Count Dankula – filmed Buddha the pug, responding to him saying ‘gas the Jews’ and ‘Sieg Heil’ by raising its paw.
After posting the disturbing footage on his YouTube channel, police were alerted and he was arrested on suspicion of committing a hate crime.
So apparently Daily Mails YouTube channel got terminated for uploading my Nazi pug video.
I don't know if that was specifically why but I don't see why else it would have happened.
— Count Dankula🏴 (@CountDankulaTV) March 17, 2018
The video was viewed more than three million times on YouTube after it was posted in April 2016.
Meechan went on trial at Airdrie Sheriff Court where he denied any wrong doing, insisting he made the video to ‘annoy his girlfriend Suzanne Kelly’, writes BBC News.
Yet he was found guilty of a charge under the Communications Act over the ‘grossly offensive’ video, because it was ‘anti-semitic and racist in nature’, ‘aggravated by religious prejudice’.
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