Woman Calls Police On Man Because His 'Dog Humped Hers'

A man has captured the bizarre moment a woman was so offended that his dog had tried to hump her own pooch that she called the police.

The woman can be heard speaking to officers from a Massachusetts park, attempting to report a 'crime' - that being of a canine courting sesh gone slightly skewiff.

Owner of the offending dog, Franklin Baxley, 42, can be heard asking: "Why're you calling the cops right now? Because I told you I wasn't leaving the park? Because my dog humped your dog?"

Baxley claimed that the woman decided to call the cops after his dog 'assaulted' hers in what she believed to be an 'aggressive' hump.

The woman rung the police to report the 'crime'. Credit: Facebook/Franklin Baxley
The woman rung the police to report the 'crime'. Credit: Facebook/Franklin Baxley

According to the MailOnline, Baxley insisted that he immediately pulled his dog away but the pair ended up in a heated row after the woman asked him to leave the park - with Baxley refusing.

And it wasn't just the two of them in the heated exchange (because people always have to throw in their two cents) Another person at the park can be heard saying: "That's inappropriate for the dog park".

Baxley responded: "No it's not. I've seen every single dog hump another dog here. She's asking me to leave and now she's calling the cops?"

The woman was telling the police what had happened explaining that another dog had 'assaulted' hers. Credit: Facebook/Franklin Baxley
The woman was telling the police what had happened explaining that another dog had 'assaulted' hers. Credit: Facebook/Franklin Baxley

Baxley, a former attorney, insisted that police intervention was far from needed but she ignored him and later attempted to justify her actions claiming that his dog 'keeps humping my dog and assaulting him'.

Baxley told the MailOnline: "I am a responsible dog owner, and my dog is super friendly. Anyone who goes to that park regularly knows me and will attest to that fact. The dogs were living their best lives the whole time."

Attleboro Police did arrive to investigate and said that both parties were reasonable and understanding. An Attleboro Police Sergeant said: "Peace was restored and no charges were filed."

And when asked whether the woman's use of the emergency services was justified, the Sergeant replied: "We have a motto written on the sides of our cars: no call too small. If you see something, say something - and we'll investigate it."

So there we have it, the police are happy to attend the scene of dogs engaging in some hanky panky.

Featured Image Credit: Facebook/Franklin Baxley

Rebecca Shepherd

Rebecca Shepherd is a Journalist at LADbible. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a First Class BA in Journalism. Becky previously worked as Chief Reporter at Cavendish Press, supplying news and feature stories to national newspapers and women's magazines.

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