Acid peeing robot dog causing problems in NJ town
October 30, 2009 1 Comment
The National Reporter
Residents in Colonia NJ are up in arms over a robotic dog that is wandering their streets.
“The robot dog is really cool to watch walking around, but the damned thing pee’s hydrochloric acid all over the place!” Hugo Riley of Normandy road said.
Damage done by the dog is clearly evident around town as evidenced by this fire hydrant on Inman avenue.
Township police have issued a warning to all residents to stay away from Zipper the wonder dog.
“Our animal control people have tried everything possible to catch Zipper, but he is too strong. He has freed himself from steel box traps as easy as tearing out of a wet paper bag and tranquilizer darts just bounce off of him.” Woodbridge police chief William Trenery said.
For the time being, Zipper the wonder dog is still roaming the streets of Colonia destroying everything in his path with his never ending hydrochloric acid rest stops.
No one knows who built him or where he came from or for what purpose anyone would create such an abomination.
But one thing is for certain, if you see Zipper the wonder dog headed your way, run for your life!
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