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Two golden retrievers snapped ‘driving’ their own car 

  • Hannah Barrett, 20, from Loughborough, spotted the unusual sight as she was walking through the village of East Leake in Leicestershire
  • Pair of dogs were sat in passenger and driver’s seat looking like they were on a quiet drive together
  • Posted snap on Dog Spotting Facebook group and had 1,600 likes in 12hrs 

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14:55 EST, 24 May 2015

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15:18 EST, 24 May 2015

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These two golden retrievers were spotted ‘driving’ their own car by a passerby who thought she had gone barking mad.

Hannah Barrett, 20, from Loughborough, spotted the unusual sight as she was walking through the village of East Leake in Leicestershire.

She saw a car parked with two golden retrievers sat in the front passenger and driver’s seat looking almost like they were on a quiet drive together.

Double barked: The two golden retrievers looked like they were just off on a quiet drive together passerby Hannah Barrett spotted them in the village of East Leake in Leicestershire

Double barked: The two golden retrievers looked like they were just off on a quiet drive together passerby Hannah Barrett spotted them in the village of East Leake in Leicestershire

Wildly popular: Hannah put her snap on the Dog Spotting Facebook group (pictured), and received 1,600 likes overnight

Wildly popular: Hannah put her snap on the Dog Spotting Facebook group (pictured), and received 1,600 likes overnight

Hannah has since posted her picture on Facebook and was stunned when it received more than 1,600 likes.

She said: ‘I saw the dogs outside a pet shop in the village of East Leake, in Leicestershire.

‘I thought it was funny that they were outside a pet shop, like they’d just stocked up on supplies and were about to go on a road trip.

‘I recently joined a group called ‘Dog Spotting’ on Facebook. This was my first dog spot that I’ve posted online.

‘I didn’t expect the reaction it got – overnight it got 1,600 likes and people were commenting saying things like “they look like they’re in an advert” and “let’s stop here and ask for directions”.’

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