Anyone who thinks that the collection of Qatar World Cup sticker album is successful only among children and adults is mistaken. Last week, a puppy named Ted went viral on social media. after smashing the contents of about 250 sticker packs.
reported by Wow On Friday, the 16th, the case took place on the 12th, when Mariana Molla Navarro, a 25-year-old businesswoman, came home from work at around 11 p.m. when she was surprised by a pile of duly punctured garnet packets on the floor of the room. .
The owner of the one-year-old and three-month-old German spitz quickly realized that these were more than 400 envelopes of Cup figurines that she and her husband Guilherme had bought for resale.
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Like any defaulter, Ted refused to admit that he had climbed onto a plastic bag with those cards. Aware of the damage he had inflicted, he escaped from his owners and hid inside the room, only to be revealed later. Fortunately, the couple showed up when the dog behaved badly. “only” destroyed about 250 packages, which helped reduce damage.
Mariana said Uol Sports There were more than 400 packages. “He managed to open and tear some of it, some not, but eventually got under it. There were about 250 packages that had been opened. The packages were in a bag and on the table, so he went up, took it and ripped everything off,” he said. . . .
The video, which went viral on TikTok, begins with the capture of the teacher patiently saying, “I think someone opened the packages before us.” It’s called Ted, but it makes a “wax” before it appears. The teacher says, “He knows he’s screwed.” In this case the loss was around R$875, unless you have one of the hole-in-the-wall figurines by Neymar costing R$9,000.
Source: Tec Mundo