Friday Funnies (1) – US Treasury reimburses dog owner $500 cash (which was eaten by his pet)

Sometimes real-life stories are incredibly  interesting.

Here is a story  from Montana, USA where a pet golden retriever ambushed five $100 dollar bills in a car while his owners were dinning at a restaurant. The report continues that the canine Sundance had munched four and a half Benjamins’ and left a dollar bill on the car seat.  The owner has to  walk behind the canine to catch the closely guarded poop with his gloved hands. The evidence was painstakingly retrieved to send it to the Treasury.

Refund? This is one of the five pieced together notes Klinkel sent to the treasury, wrapped in plastic bags and retrieved from Sundance's bathroom visits

Expensive Taste: Painstakingly reassembled bill

What a twist to the well known student excuse ” My dog ate my home work”

Expensive tastes: Sundance managed to scoff five $100 bills when his owner Wayne Klinkel left him in his car - leaving a $1 note which was amidst the cash

Photo credits : AP

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