The Baha Men famously asked: "Who let the dogs out?"
Now, over a decade after the question was brought forth in the group's hit song, a London, England man has admitted that it was him who released the group's canines.
Duncan Morris, a 39 year old London construction worker, said he used to live next door to the Baha Men, and one night after their dogs wouldn't stop barking, Morris opened the gate to their backyard, letting the dogs out.
"I had to get up early," explained Morris, "and their dogs wouldn't stop barking, so I went ahead and let them out."
Morris expressed that he initially felt guilty about freeing the dogs, but after the group saw substantial success from the song, he didn't feel so bad.
"At first, I felt like an asshole," he said, "but after that song blew up, I kind of thought about asking for a little compensation. I mean, after all, if it wasn't for me, there'd be no song."