'Gold digging’ dog pretends to be stray for McDonald’s burgers

'Gold digging’ dog pretends to be stray for McDonald’s burgers

On Monday, Reyes made a decision to follow the pup to the McDonald's, where she caught Princess approaching a stranger's auto and begging the driver for food, a video shows.

Betsy Reyes of Oklahoma City says her dog, Princess, sneaks out at night and sits outside a McDonald's drive-thru pretending to be a stray.

May I take you order?

If you don't believe a dog can act like a stray, Reyes even posted video (below) of Princess working the strangers in the parking lot.

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"She's not even a stray dog", wrote Reyes, adding, she's "gold diggin' ... acting like she's a stray so people will feel bad for her and feed her burgers".

A dog owner in Oklahoma is calling out her own pup for scheming to get free McDonald's hamburgers. In the video you see a person throwing the pup a burger out their auto window. The post has been shared over 266,000 times and liked 282,000 times at the time of writing.

Sharing the footage, Reyes wrote: 'When I caught her ass in the act'.

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