A two-year-old dog was caught driving a double-decker bus after learning how to drive by watching his master. Woodley, a German Koolie, was spotted hunched over the wheel as the mobile home sped down the street.
According to the dog’s owner Richard McCormack, the clever mutt had learned to drive by observing him at the controls and it wasn’t the first time that Woodley had driven.
"He sits next to me when I’m driving and in the driver’s seat when I’m not. The handbrake is on the dashboard and he’s seen me release it many times," the Sun quoted McCormack as saying.
"He was just copying me. He’s tried it on before," he said.
The bus was eventually brought to a halt when bystander Phil Newton managed to jump in and put the hand brake back on.