[WATCH] Dog causes havoc on highway, as drivers fail to remove it
Drivers in Ontario Canada were frustrated as a dog caused havoc on the highway leading to most drivers stopping in an attempt to remove the dog without success.
Watch this hilarious video below.
Elsewhere on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, a tiny mouse has been filmed tidying a pensioner's garden shed.
Another thing that has gone viral is when basketball team members did all they could to make sure that their teammate scored the basket. This video will give you a warm fuzzy feeling.
They were going to MAKE SURE he got a bucket 💯 (via Christina Weaver/FB) pic.twitter.com/PeCd82UZKX— Overtime (@overtime) March 15, 2019
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