Wednesday 28 September 2022 08:50 PM Stray dog is busted on camera attempting to steal plush animals from Brazilian ... trends now

Wednesday 28 September 2022 08:50 PM Stray dog is busted on camera attempting to steal plush animals from Brazilian ... trends now
Wednesday 28 September 2022 08:50 PM Stray dog is busted on camera attempting to steal plush animals from Brazilian ... trends now

Wednesday 28 September 2022 08:50 PM Stray dog is busted on camera attempting to steal plush animals from Brazilian ... trends now

Hilarious moment stray dog is busted on camera attempting to steal plush animals - including a teddy bear - from Brazilian toy store A stray dog in the Brazilian city of Tabatinga tried to steal two plush animals, including a teddy bear, from a store Monday The dog, known by neighborhood residents as Pacato, entered the shop alone and abandoned a teddy bear at the exit when it couldn't drag it out The pooch came back with a second stray dog, who acted as a lookout by the entrance, and dragged a second plush animal but decided to leave it in the store

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A stuffed animal store in the southeastern Brazilian state of São Paulo is raising its security threat level after a stray dog was captured on camera attempting to steal two plush animals, including a teddy bear.

The hilarious, brazen attempt was captured on camera when the four-legged animal waltzed into a shop in the city Tabatinga on Monday.

The surveillance video shows the dog, known by neighborhood residents as Pacato, trotting into the store and dragging a plush toy that resembled a dog towards the exit when the toy hit the corner of the exit.

Instead of reaching back for it, the Pacato left the store only to return moments later with another stray pooch as a backup.

A stray dog was busted on camera trying to steal a teddy bear from a top story in São Paulo, Brazil, on Monday

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