She threw the dog under the bus.
An apparently inebriated Canadian woman drove into a ditch — and had a far-fetched excuse for the police.
“The dog was driving,” she allegedly said, according to cops.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police found the 58-year-old motorist and her pooch on Dec. 1, after receiving a report that someone had driven into a ditch in Vancouver Island.
“The woman told police that it was just her and her dog inside the vehicle at the time it was driven into the ditch – and that the dog was driving,” the Comox Valley RCMP said in a statement.
But cops sniffed that something about her claim was off — and suspected the woman had been drinking.
“The officer quickly developed the opinion that this woman’s ability to operate her motor vehicle was affected by alcohol,” the statement said.
She was barred from the road for 90 days after allegedly refusing to provide a breath sample. Her name wasn’t released.
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