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Home surveillance security footage has recently been released showing a homeowner’s pet dog driving their golf cart across their yard and crashing it into their vehicle.
The scene took place in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and as you will soon see in the video, it appears the incident was purely an accident.
The pet owners were definitely surprised after they returned home to find the aftermath of the crashed golf cart wedged in their truck.
“We were away and then we came back and I said to my husband, ‘Oh my god! Someone was in our yard and took our golf cart for a joy ride and smashed it into my truck’,” dog owner Mallory Kmet told CTV News CA.
They were in for a shock when they watched the video footage and realized it wasn’t a human at all who crashed their golf cart, but their beloved 10-year-old canine named Titan.
The security footage showed how Titan walked out into the yard as it was starting to rain and began looking for a place to shelter. He decided to climb onto the golf cart because it had a roof on it and a soft cushion for him to sit on.
“The next place for him to go was the golf cart because it has a roof and he likes to sit on something comfy,” Mallory said.
The family used the golf cart for carrying firewood and Titan would often go on rides with them. She admits, on this particular day, the cart was not properly turned off from the previous time the family used it.
“He got on it but he’s too big. So he’s moving around and he sat on the gas pedal and it took off and hit my truck,” Mallory said. “The golf cart was pushed into the truck pretty good so he hit it pretty good.”
The video shows Titan sitting on the floorboard of the cart and accidentally pressing the gas peddle. The cart, all of a sudden, started moving and made an accelerated u-turn before crashing into the truck.
Titan received a bit of whiplash from the crash but calmly gets off the golf cart and walks off, leaving the scene. Fortunately, he didn’t receive any injuries during the whole ordeal, however, their truck suffered minor damage that Mallory’s husband was able to fix.
Mallory said that the family is double-checking these days to make sure the golf cart is turned off so the incident doesn’t happen again.
“He still wants to go for golf cart rides so you’ll still catch him sitting in the golf cart cause that’s one of his favourite things to do,” she said.
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