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I’ve been wanting to cross from the US for a long time now and thought I might as well try to find one, but this time around I found a lucky animal passing the time on the road in Australia.
A man who lives in Victoria was crossing the country on his bike when a man in a grey van came up behind and told him to get off.
“So what happened was that a lady who had just come across the highway with her husband, who lives here in Melbourne, came along with her children and their four dogs to visit him in Melbourne,” the man said.
The woman said she saw the man in the van and asked what he was doing.
He said, “Well, I just had to cross the road for a bit.”
“I was like, ‘What’s going on?’,” she said.
“I said, ‘You just told me to get out of the way and then I ran across the road and got on the back of your van and crossed the road to stop you’.” The man told the woman that he didn’t want her to come along because he was worried about her.
But the woman said, in a joking tone, “I don’t think you know the whole story, mate, I’m just saying.”
“I just hope I don’t have to have to go and ask you to get me out of your driveway,” the woman responded.
They walked for about 30 minutes, the man saying that he’d been crossing the road “about a hundred times”, and that she should just get off her bike and stop him.
Finally, the woman told the man that she’d have to get in the car and he could continue on.
I had a couple of beers with my mates after that, and then it was a good five minutes of sitting on the side of the road,” she said, chuckling.
And I want them to know that they don’t need to be worried about me and their dogs being in the way. “
What I want to do is to make sure that the rest of the people in this community know that there’s a happy, good, decent person out there,” he said.
“And I want them to know that they don’t need to be worried about me and their dogs being in the way.
If I were you, I’d be concerned, but I’m not you.”
The lucky animal crossed the border after the man had been drinking and had been smoking marijuana and was driving drunk, which he has pleaded guilty to, according to court documents.
After the man was arrested, the van was towed and the woman, who has been drinking with her kids, and their dog were told that they could leave the car but that they were required to keep their pets inside.
She said the dog was “happy and playful” and was “pretty cute”.
I asked her if she thought the dog had been bitten.
It looked like she was crying a little bit, but she said it was okay, she didn’t think the dog needed to be scared.
Her children said that she and her dog were being treated “like dogs” and that they should be fine.
Ms Blythe said that although she wasn’t sure what would happen to her, she was very happy to have her dog.
We just want to have fun and enjoy the time that we have, she said to the ABC.
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