Dog Closely Studies Humans Odd Wrestling Match
NEW YORK - Pongo, a neighborhood beagle, watched intently, closely studying his owner’s every move throughout the oddly non-violent wrestling match she had with an unidentified stranger, sources confirm.
“They weren’t exactly hurting each other,” Pongo began. “Perhaps it was an exhibition match? Or some sort of practice? I don’t know how this practice round is going to help them at all, they did it on a bed, that hardly simulates a wrestling mat. Also, the opponent was much larger than my owner. She’s maybe 100 pounds, about five feet tall, while this opponent was closer to six feet and probably 200 pounds.”
The opponent in the exhibition wrestling match, Aaron Allen, appeared visibly upset that Pongo was watching the match.
“He just sat there, at the end of the bed, staring at us,” Allen commented. “It made me really self conscious and uncomfortable. I really don’t like anyone watching like that, but [Pongo’s owner] didn’t seem to mind, so what are ya gonna do, right?”
Pongo’s owner, Michelle Perry, indicated this behavior is standard.
“Oh yea, this happens every time, no matter what,” she started. “Pongo sleeps at the end of the bed, so anytime there is any sort of movement, he’ll just sit there and stare. I just ignore it, but sometimes people are awkward about it.”
As the wrestling match appeared to draw to a close based on the look of excruciating pain on both parties’ faces, Pongo became worried Allen may have injured his owner, but things seemed to calm down after just seconds of said pain, before they both fell asleep; all seems ok.
Article by Louie Aronowitz - @louiearonowitz