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The graduation speech of a farewell speech was interrupted when a neighbor dog approached the ceremonial table and began to relieve it

Best in class! The local dog jumps hilariously at the last minute of high school by taking a leak at the ceremonial table while the owner's son covers his face and the students in the front row shake with laughter

  • Charlie, a neighborhood dog, walked to the center of the graduation ceremony and casually left herself on a decorative boating
  • Graduates, faculty members and parents burst out laughing when they saw
  • The owner of the dog's son could be seen who covered his face in the front row
  • After he was done, the dog walked forward and wagged his tail at the crowd
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An Alabama high school graduation speech was brought to a hilarious halt by a dog, attention seeker from a neighbor dog.

The 2019 farewell speech class at New Site, Alabama's Horseshoe Bend High School, was interrupted when a neighborhood dog walked to the ceremonial table and casually got scammed for the entire graduation course and their family members.

The antics of the dog – and the noisy laughter accompanied by students, faculty and parents – were recorded on May 22 and posted on Facebook by the videographer of the graduation ceremony, Summer movies.

The graduation speech of a farewell speech was interrupted when a neighbor dog approached the ceremonial table and began to relieve it

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The graduation speech of a farewell speech was interrupted when a neighbor dog approached the ceremonial table and began to relieve it

The audience burst out laughing as the dog marked its territory on a sail. His owner's son could be seen in the front row (second from the right), covering his face and smiling

The audience burst out laughing as the dog marked its territory on a sail. His owner's son could be seen in the front row (second from the right), covering his face and smiling

The audience burst out laughing as the dog marked its territory on a sail. His owner's son could be seen in the front row (second from the right), covering his face and smiling

& # 39; Some Valdectorian speeches are often forgotten, but not Colby Cheaney & # 39; s & # 39 ;, the company wrote in the caption accompanying the video, while the name controlled the farewell group.

In the video, Cheaney can be seen as he makes his remarks when the dog, Charlie, knocks on the other side of the table. Within a few seconds, Cheaney's classmates burst out of laughter from his 60 or so classmates, bringing the farewell editor's speech to an abrupt end. Charlie ignored the show by casually tidying up his leg on handy ferns.

A second, close-up angle of the incident shows the dog staring nobly forward, seemingly undisturbed by the chortles of the entire field, ending his case and then walking to the front of the table and wagging his tail.

After the dog finished doing business, he walked to the front of the table, grinning and wagging as the farewell group resumed his speech

After the dog finished doing business, he walked to the front of the table, grinning and wagging as the farewell group resumed his speech

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After the dog finished doing business, he walked to the front of the table, grinning and wagging as the farewell group resumed his speech

The dog, Charlie, is said to live in the neighborhood of the school and is a fixed value there

The dog, Charlie, is said to live in the neighborhood of the school and is a fixed value there

The dog, Charlie, is said to live in the neighborhood of the school and is a fixed value there

Behind Charlie you can see a student in the front row with his hand over his face, shaking his shoulders with laughter.

Turns out the student in question is Logan Walls and his mother is Charlie's owner.

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Logan & # 39; s aunt, Denise Walls, who took a photo of the moment for posterity and Posted it on Facebook, the WSFA told that the dog just lives on the school road and that Charlie is at school almost every day. & # 39;

Denise went on to say that the dog likes to be around people and the sweetest dog is & # 39 ;.

The video has become viral and has been shared more than 1,600 times.

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