Englishman Paul Railton wanted to walk his dog last December, but apparently wasn’t willing to make the effort. Instead, he attached the dog’s leash to his collar, brought the other end inside his car, and simply drove at low speed along a country road while the dog trotted along beside.
He pled guilty to failure to control his vehicle and acknowledges that he was being lazy.
His punishment? a $100 fine plus court costs, three points on his license, and no more driving for six months (due to the accumulation of points on his license.)
No word on whether or not the dog was injured or enjoyed the experience.