Open Post: Hosted By The Dog Who Pooped On The Court During A Halftime Performance At A College Basketball Game
A dog tasked with show-ponying at the Virginia Tech-Louisville game earlier this week went viral for leaving it all on the court! The unidentified dog–who is apparently a very good frisbee girl or boy–stopped during its big halftime performance without even spinning around aimlessly 19 times to find the perfect spot first, and got right to work chopping a log while probably maintaining intensely guilty eye contact with its handler. Elton, the diva dog, would never participate in such filthy behavior!
TMZ says the dog emptied its taint while going hard in the paint on Tuesday night as it showed off its impressive frisbee-catching skills at halftime.
The whole bathroom break was caught on camera by one of the hoop fans in the stands — showing the cute canine doing tricks with a frisbee for the Virginia Tech-Louisville game on Tuesday.
But the show eventually started to stink — literally — when the dog walked up to its trainer near the baseline to do another move … when out of nowhere, it pops a squat and lets it all out!!
And the crowd went wild:
— Alex Linton (@AlexLinton_) March 1, 2023
Others familiar with Louisville’s dismal record of 4-26 this season also considered the poopformance a perfect metaphor:
More like POOisville!!! https://t.co/RlMNR6jdwN
— KenS ✊🏿 (@ShamKenneth) March 1, 2023
Some would say Louisville has had a waste of a basketball season. Literally and figuratively. https://t.co/ZI7bwUr8X2
— Sidelines – UConn (@SSN_UConn) March 2, 2023
After the handler whisked the dog off the court, he came back to clean up the mess; and the dog looking back at him like “THAT’S RIGHT, PEASANT” made me almost care about sports for a minute:
Poor guy got a little too excited playing frisbee during the UofL and VT halftime show 😂. #puppy #dog #louisville #UofL #virginatech #VT #poop
Louisville went on to lose once the game resumed, so maybe next time, they should hire this dog for its obviously accurate predictions of the team’s performance!