MUNCIE, Indiana - In an unbelievable turn of events, Clover Q. Chitterling of Muncie took his 187-pound Great Dane Mr. Bruiser to get neutered. And what occurred afterward was simply astounding.
Mr. Chitterling, who is an unemployed private investigator, told a reporter for USA Daybreak that as he was leaving the vet's office, Mr. Bruiser suddenly broke his leash and started running towards a Smart ForTwo that was parked in the clinic's parking lot.
An eyewitness identified as Fenola Zoopnimble, said that she saw Mr. Chitterling try and grab hold of Mr. Bruiser but the Great Dane looked like he was running the 100 yard dash.
Mr Bruiser ran straight for the ultra tiny car and right before his master's eyes he totally ate the micro vehicle.
Chitterling was both astounded and embarrassed. Luckily no one was in the car at the time. When police arrived all that was left of the little ForTwo was the inspection sticker and one of the tire air valve stems.
After checking in the computer Officer Dextin Austinelli, with the Muncie Police Department, was able to ascertain that the car belonged to a Mr. Ottoman Fingerfinster of Indianapolis.
Mr. Fingerfinister was notified about his car being totally devoured by the 187-pound Great Dane. A source has confirmed that he plans on filing a lawsuit against Mr. Bruiser and its owner Clover Q. Chitterling.
Meanwhile Chitterling hopes to reach an out of court settlement by offering Mr. Fingerfinster $700 cash.