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Florida Man Commits Grand Theft Puppy by Shoving Dogs Down His Pants

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Is that a wiener dog in your pants or are you just happy to see me?

Police in Orlando are on the lookout for a man who stole two pure bred puppies from a pet store by shoving them down his pants while no one was looking and walking out.

According to Click Orlando, the man walked into the Puppy Store with a toddler, a woman and another man. They perused the store, and then the man took an $800 pug puppy and shoved it down his pants. He then walked out of the store and came back with his pants puppy-free. He then grabbed a $750 miniature dachshund and did the same thing.

He thought no one was watching him, but his pants-stuffing shenanigans were caught on surveillance video. Another camera caught the man and the group he was with getting into a dark colored Crown Victoria and taking off.

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