A man has recently captured the odd moment of a woman becoming so offended that his dog had humped her dog — that she called the police for back up.
In a Massachusetts park, the woman (nicknamed ‘Dog Park Diane’ by viewers online) can be heard talking with officers, attempting to report a “crime.”
…the crime? Just two dog’s partaking in a little funny business.
Franklin Baxley, 42, the owner of the “humping” dog, can be heard asking:
“Why are you calling the cops right now? Because I told you I wasn’t leaving the park? Because my dog humped your dog?”
Baxley alleges that the woman decided to call the cops after his dog “assaulted” hers in what she believed to be an “aggressive” hump.
Baxley then insisted that he pulled his dog away immediately but the two humans ended up in a heated back and forth after the woman asked him to leave the park.
According to the MailOnline, Baxley refused.
And believe it or not, it was not just the two of them voicing their concerns aloud.
Another person at the park can be heard saying: “That’s inappropriate for the dog park”.
Baxley then responded, saying:
“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?”
A former attorney, Baxley, insisted that the police intervention was very unnecessary but she ignored him and later, claimed her actions were justified as his dog kept “humping my dog and assaulting him.”
Baxley, compared the woman’s action to the 2018 viral video ‘BBQ Becky’, where a white woman contacted the police on two black men because they were barbecuing in the grill-zone of an Oakland park.
“‘This is crazy,’ he says. ‘Have you heard of BBQ Becky? Because this is the newest one.'”
And despite Baxley’s multiple requests to not involve the police, the woman refuses to hang up the call.
The Attleboro Police did arrive on the scene, sharing how both parties were reasonable and understanding.
One Attleboro Police Sergeant shared:
“Peace was restored and no charges were filed.”
When asked if the woman’s use of the emergency services was legitimate, the Sergeant said:
“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.”
Baxley accuses the woman of having racial motivations for involving the police, insisting the argument would not have escalated to this extent if he were white.
“If I were not Black, she would not have felt threatened by me talking to her and defying her orders for me to leave the park,” Baxley shared.
“It was about race if you ask me, but I wouldn’t be surprised if this woman does this to just about anyone as she seems a little off.”
“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.” Baxley shared with MailOnline.
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