After giving chase, Washington state police were shocked to see a pit bull (similar to the one pictured) in the driver's seat and a man steering and controlling the accelerator pedal from the passenger side. A man was arrested following a high-speed chase after police saw his pit bull behind the wheel. Axtman said that as officers gave chase, they got close to the car and were shocked to see a pit bull in the driver's seat and a man steering and pushing the accelerator pedal from the passenger side. The chase ended after police used spike strips and arrested 51-year-old Alberto Tito Alejandro, who was booked on multiple felonies including driving under the influence of drugs. "When we took him into custody... he admitted that he was trying to teach his dog to drive," Axtman said.
Source: Bangkok Post March 31, 2020 00:11 UTC