& # 39; Dad, there is a dog driving a car & # 39 ;: Shocked motorist filming woman driving a highway with a Pomeranian on her lap
- Van driver and his son traveled along M60 near Prestwich in heavy rain
- I passed another car in which a woman left her Pomeranian dog her shot
- Angry drivers said the woman's actions were completely dangerous and hoped she could be prosecuted as an SMS driver
A motorist and his son were shocked when they saw a woman riding the M60 with a dog on her lap.
Mobile images show the Pomeranian pooch lying around and looking over the steering wheel of the gray Peugeot.
In the video, which was taken on Saturday before noon, the dog can stand in the lap of the woman while she drives along the M60 near Prestwich in heavy rainfall.
A passing driver, whose son took the film, shared the & # 39; amazing & # 39; images with Manchester Evening News in the hope that the driver will be prosecuted.
He said: & # 39; We had just left junction 17 at Prestwich when my son said, "Dad, there's a dog driving a car."
& # 39; He said, "Come closer," so we stopped by and told him to make a video.
& # 39; It was just amazing to see. There is no excuse for that.
Mobile images show the Pomeranian pooch revolving and looking over the steering wheel of the gray Peugeot while driving along the M60 near Prestwich in heavy rainfall
& # 39; You can see the dog jumping around and everything else. What if it had jumped into the footwell or jumped into her face? & # 39; said the filmmaker
& # 39; You can see the dog jumping around and everything else. What if it had jumped into the footwell or jumped into her face?
& # 39; If this was a drink driver or someone on their cell phone, something would be done about it.
& # 39; The weather was terrible, there was staff on the way. What if she had turned us around and hit us? She could have hit my son. & # 39;
The traffic rules stipulate that dog owners must ensure that their pets are sufficiently held & # 39; to prevent injuries during an emergency stop, such as a & # 39; belt harness, pet bag, dog cage or dog rack & # 39 ;.
Greater Manchester Police has been contacted for a response.
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