Man in Isolation Sends Dog to Shop with a List and Money Attached to Collar

Man in Isolation Sends Dog to Shop with a List and Money Attached to Collar

Individuals around the globe are being advised to remain at home with an end goal to slow the spread of coronavirus. While a lot of us are as yet permitted out to get important things, those in self-isolation are regularly left depending on others for help.

However, shouldn’t something be said about those necessary items, the treats we get a craving for which won’t leave until it’s been fulfilled – significant things like crisps?

One man who built up a serious craving for some Cheetos conceived an arrangement to transform his fantasy into the real world, with a little assistance from a self-isolated man’s closest companion. Antonio Muñoz from Mexico was only three days into his isolation when he enlisted the assistance of his pet chihuahua to address him to a task.

The chihuahua, looking obviously anxious on its first day in a new job, was sent out and, in some way or another, came back with a pack of orange Cheetos held between its little gnashers. Antonio caught the unbelievable moment his pet jogged down the road grasping a pack of crisps practically bigger than itself and shared the story on Facebook.

Jessica Blair

Jessica Blair is the lead editor of Weird News Ledger. Before joining Weird News Ledger, Jessica worked as a national political reporter for Postmedia News. She has covered many political events on and off since 2006, writing for Sun Media, and producing for CTV and for CBC.

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