Man accidentally locks his beloved pet sausage dog inside his car

Man accidentally locks his beloved pet sausage dog inside his car before miraculously getting it to unlock the door from the inside

  • Tadhg Fleming inadvertently locked Otis the dog inside his car in Kerry, Ireland
  • Tadhg asks the sausage dog to press the button to open the door multiple times 
  • On the sixth or seventh attempt the dog manages to press the door release 

This is the moment a man accidentally locked his beloved pet sausage dog inside his car before miraculously getting it to unlock the door from the inside.

Tadhg Fleming inadvertently locked Otis the dog inside his car in Kerry, Ireland, but after much pleading, the dog found a way to unlock himself. 

During filming Tadhg says: ‘I can’t believe this, Otis has gone and locked me out of the car.’


Tadhg Fleming inadvertently locked Otis the dog (pictured) inside his car in Kerry, Ireland, but after much pleading, the dog found a way to unlock himself. He looks up at his owner through the glass but doesn’t move

He then pulls on all the doors whilst the dog looks up at him expectantly through the glass. 

He adds ‘oh look here there’s an audience as well’ as he points towards a group of cows that have congregated at a nearby fence to watch. 

Tadhg Fleming (pictured) filmed the funny incident and uploaded it to his social media 

Tadhg then asks the sausage dog to press the button to open the door multiple times but he just sits there and watches. 

Otis then walks across the panel of the car in between the two front seats where the button is located to unlock the doors but doesn’t press down on it. 

The owner then says: ‘We are going to keep running over it until you press it.’ 

On the sixth or seventh attempt the dog presses down on the button to open the door much to his owner’s delight. 

Tadhg then cuddles and congratulates his pet as they sit together in the car.

Tadhg then cuddles and congratulates his pet as they sit together in the car (pictured)

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