Trying to break in.... .. WHAT THEY DID WAS WRONG! They should have broken all of the windows... and slashed the tires.
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User avatar #98 - thedungeonmaster (07/28/2014) [-]
**** i'm retarded. At first I thought they were breaking into the car and the rock hit the dog and ****** it up so they were gonna leave it on the ground to make it look like the dog crashed through the window. Then I wondered why she was giving it water.
User avatar #200 to #98 - shenro (07/28/2014) [-]
i thought that they broke in the car and noticed a dog sleeping so they put it on the ground carefully so he doesnt wake up but then i realised what they were doing once they gave him water
User avatar #157 to #98 - ljxjlos ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
Exactly what I thought, too.
User avatar #338 to #98 - YllekNayr ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
How the hell did you come up with that line of reasoning?
User avatar #2 - monswine (07/28/2014) [-]
what's the US law on this? I assume it's state by state.
#76 to #2 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
You'll be able to help the animal, but your paying for the destruction of the property for damn sure.
#122 to #2 - penguinsaresexy (07/28/2014) [-]
It's called duress. Meaning it is ok to commit a crime if it is to prevent a worse crime like negligent homicide of a child. Or how you won't be convicted if you rob someone because someone said they would murder your whole family if you didn't do it for them
User avatar #125 to #2 - unncommon (07/28/2014) [-]
As long as you inform the police after doing so, you can break in.
#268 to #125 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
lol no you call them first...
User avatar #4 to #2 - sighchicken (07/28/2014) [-]
most southern states permit this. owners be ****** though... animal cruelty/endangerment.
User avatar #8 to #2 - MakiChan (07/28/2014) [-]
animals and small children left in cars allows a passerby to break in to the car to save them because like someone said, it may be too late by the time help arrives. then the moron that owns the car will be in trouble for neglect. its like doing a citizens arrest, you have permission to do it if the need arises for you to do it.

you do still have to call the authorities over at some point during the process.
User avatar #3 to #2 - hwangw (07/28/2014) [-]
It's legal. You're allowed to break into cars to help a child or animal locked inside I believe.
#11 to #3 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
even a bee?
User avatar #90 to #11 - gatorade ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
Especially bees.
#333 to #90 - nthmetal (07/28/2014) [-]
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#331 to #90 - Exar (07/28/2014) [-]
#358 to #90 - empithree (07/28/2014) [-]
not the wasps tho.
those are evil.
#371 to #90 - XzmanX (07/28/2014) [-]
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#15 to #3 - fistefist (07/28/2014) [-]
That's pretty great, good job America
That's pretty great, good job America
#53 to #3 - kaboomz ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
good job america
good job america
#308 to #3 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
I believe the punishment can vary from city to city as well, such as here in Austin, TX the temperatures are so extreme leaving a animal in a car is charged as child endangerment rather than animal cruelty.
#191 to #3 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
If you see either locked in the vehicle, you contact PD immideately. You are only justified in court to break into the vehicle if you can say without a doubt that if you DIDN'T act the being in question would have sustained GREATER harm. If not, the owner of the vehicle can sue you for damages to personal property.
Now keep in mind that "danger zone" wiggle-room is a little more lenient when it involves a human being than a canine.
User avatar #5 to #3 - monswine (07/28/2014) [-]
Shouldn't you contact animal welfare police before attempting vigilante justice? Can you just steal someone's dog from their home if you suspect or have witnessed abuse? Even if the trial were short I feel like there would be one in that situation.
User avatar #6 to #5 - hwangw (07/28/2014) [-]
The animal could die before they get there, the point is to save the animal, because it's life is in immediate danger. It's exactly what the people you call are going to do. Now you don't run off with the animal or anything, but you can remove it from he vehicle. And if you suspect abuse then you call it in, if you see the owner actively trying to kill the animal then you can try and save it.
User avatar #7 to #6 - monswine (07/28/2014) [-]
fair enough.
#10 to #7 - reaperboy (07/28/2014) [-]
but that aside, people will still break into your vehicle. Even if the conditions are fine to leave your animal inside. like 60 Fahrenheit on a cloudy day. just because they are pretentious twats
User avatar #33 to #10 - turbodoosh (07/28/2014) [-]
^this. I had this exact thing happen to me at my own home. (We left my dog in the car not 10 minutes before some trashy self righteous twat started spewing hate and racism at my gf and calling animal abuse.)

She even called the cops on us.
User avatar #59 to #33 - dunderbiffen (07/28/2014) [-]
This also happens when you have electric car that is actually on for 5 minutes so condition air is also on, but because those cars are so quiet people still manage to break windows and call cops even though everything is fine.
User avatar #63 to #59 - turbodoosh (07/28/2014) [-]
There's a post about that right?

Anyways yeah this lady had apparently been doing to to literally any cars she was seeing with pets left in them. The cop who we talked to said we were like the 12th incident on her list of her spewing ******** .

We called it a hate crime (gf chinese) and the next time she calls they'll take her in for falsifying a police report
User avatar #66 to #63 - monswine (07/28/2014) [-]
pretentious twats man...
User avatar #198 to #59 - dabugman (07/28/2014) [-]
Most states it is illegal to leave a car running (key in ignition) unattended. Even in cold weather to melt the ice off. Remote car starters are the exception.
#201 to #5 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
"Vigilante justice" ***** its smashing a window so a dog does not die. Pussy ass bitch
User avatar #298 to #3 - penileburglar (07/28/2014) [-]
Why does this have thumbs? It's outright wrong. I know for a fact in VA that you have to contact the police, this just happened in my area.

Now, if it really looks like the child / animal in question was on the verge of death, the police may choose not to charge you, but it's DEFINITELY illegal.
User avatar #422 to #298 - hwangw (07/28/2014) [-]
Here (in Texas) it's illegal to leave a pet or a child under the age of 7 locked in a car for longer than 5 minutes. If a passerby sees either in a situation like this they're supposed to call the police first, of course. But if the pet or child appears to be in distress they're allowed to break the window furthest from the child/pet in order to rescue it, give water, whatever. And they must stay there until the police arrive.
User avatar #434 to #422 - penileburglar (07/29/2014) [-]
Yeah, it varies heavily state-by-state. Can't assume that one state is the same as another.
#413 to #3 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
as in destroy items or buildings to save lifes
User avatar #41 - mathmanchris ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
In Deutschland you can call the fire fighters to break the windows, you don't have to do it yourself (so you can avoid being sued). This will cost the owner of the car around 10,000€ (13,000USD). It's pretty expensive to be stupid in Deutschland.
User avatar #45 to #41 - thesimonved (07/28/2014) [-]
User avatar #55 to #45 - mathmanchris ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
User avatar #73 to #55 - wersand (07/28/2014) [-]
#113 to #55 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
if you're speaking English, it's Germany, if you're speaking Spanish its Alemania, if you're speaking Italian, it's Germania. If you're speaking German, then it is Deutschland. Calling it Deutschland while you're speaking English doesn't make you cool. I don't even care if you're German. I know a handful of Germans that refer to it as Germany when they're speaking German.
User avatar #48 to #45 - freegzuz (07/28/2014) [-]
User avatar #49 to #48 - thesimonved (07/28/2014) [-]
Eintracht, sehr Gut
User avatar #47 to #45 - mrkek (07/28/2014) [-]
User avatar #77 to #47 - dinozzzo (07/28/2014) [-]
reis en vess plass!
User avatar #67 to #41 - newprinny ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
But in the time it takes for them to get there, the dog (or child) might die, dood...
User avatar #71 to #67 - orava (07/28/2014) [-]
in germany it takes 1 minute after you call the fire fighters till they arrive. and the nice person on the telephone can allow you to do it by your self.
User avatar #72 to #71 - newprinny ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
Well I guess that's better, but it should still be a given that if you're breaking someone's window to save a dying child or animal, you shouldn't be sued, dood.
User avatar #92 to #72 - gatorade ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
That's why laws in the US restrict lawsuits against someone who breaks into a car to save a life.
User avatar #108 to #92 - newprinny ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
Yup, good ol' Good Samaritan Laws, dood.
User avatar #85 to #72 - meganinja ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
If you had a dog in the car but the car was left on with the AC on, or it was a very cool day, you should be able to be ******* sued if you break into somebody's car just to be an asshole.
User avatar #106 to #85 - newprinny ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
Well that's not what I said, is it, dood? If the car is very clearly off, and if it's very clearly too hot for that dog to be in the car without the AC on or the window cracked, and the dog is very clearly in distress, then no, you shouldn't be sued for saving that dog's life.
User avatar #110 to #106 - meganinja ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
No, I agree. I just hope there's cases where people aren't protected by law if the child or animal wasn't actually in distress.
User avatar #111 to #110 - newprinny ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
Ok, sorry I misread that, dood.
#83 to #72 - amuzen (07/28/2014) [-]
in canada if someone breaks into your house slips on your rugs and breaks their arm they can sue you. sueing has nothing to do with logic or justice in this day and age, it's just about being angry and wanting vengeance in a legal fashion.
#266 to #71 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
Yep. Just one minute every time. The firefighters? Why they're already ready to go. They don't have breaks or social lives. All they do sit in their truck all day waiting for the call to come in so they can go.

Seriously though, you're a freaking retard.
User avatar #269 to #266 - orava (07/28/2014) [-]
really? so in nighttime, the fire still burns...because hey, you can´t just wake them up. They have social life, and there is no possibility to make three teams, for every hour of the day. Who is the retard?
#176 to #71 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
1 minute... sure mate sure.... you know how little time one minute is? They won't even get in their truck/car in one minute.

Imagine the distance, let's say 3km. no way they make that distance in city in one minute, even if they magically teleport in their truck/car from the stations all geared up.
User avatar #183 to #176 - orava (07/28/2014) [-]
I don´t know in what giant town you life, but we invent something called sirene, and how I say, when you call (a person, not a computer) the person can say what you should do. And I mean you have to call the police or something else no matter what. So why not call first, than you can break the glass. And all was well.
#218 to #183 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
Once again.. you know how little one minute is? You really believe that "in germany" (implying everywhere, including big ass cities) they only need one minute to arrive anywhere after the call?

Are you what? 15? Sirens will not let you teleport. And they will still slow down at intersections. Not once they will go above 100 (sometimes not even getting close to it) in cities.

I know, because not even the ambulance does, pretty sure a big truck will go even slower.

If you said 5 minutes, that's possible, but still a really really fast time.

And just FYI the average Call processing time alone is 1 minute
User avatar #244 to #218 - orava (07/28/2014) [-]
calm down, whats wrong with you? are you the lord of the one minute? I only would show, that the normal fire fighter is surprising fast, and so in 90% of all cases its not
necessary to break in the car. Of course it can takes longer, I never say something different. And I don´t want to say, that the two girls above do something wrong or what ever, its wrong to led your dog in the car, and I think we all agree with that. But its also right, when you first call police, or fire fighters or your parents, if you have a phone with you. And now, lord of the minute excuse my wrong use of the minute.
User avatar #116 to #67 - sharklazers (07/28/2014) [-]
dood dood dood dood dood dood dood dood dood
#1 - kingderps (07/28/2014) [-]
WHAT THEY DID WAS WRONG! They should have broken all of the windows... and slashed the tires.
User avatar #303 to #1 - ablenightroad (07/28/2014) [-]
**** you dude that **** is expensive
User avatar #70 to #1 - toosexyforyou (07/28/2014) [-]
Spoken like a true idiot who wants to give the asshole a chance to sue you for money.
#441 to #70 - kingderps (08/07/2014) [-]
If he tries then they should kill his ******* ass, burn his ass and cut his face to pieces and eat his face.
User avatar #442 to #441 - toosexyforyou (08/07/2014) [-]
Calm your tits, it's just a dog. No one really gives a **** .
#443 to #442 - kingderps (08/07/2014) [-]
eat his ass too
#46 to #1 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
But only three of them, so that the cunt can't claim on insurance. (Y)
User avatar #352 - artimax (07/28/2014) [-]
I really hate when people leave dogs in cars in the heat like assholes, but some of the people who think they are helping are ******* retarded.

We left our dog in the trunk of our suv, in the shade, with a big bowl of water, left the back window slightly open and we were gone for 15-20 minutes. When we got back, some retard had pretty much ripped apart part of the trunk trying to get to our dog, poured water everywhere through the window, and on top of it all they left a very angry note saying something along the lines of: "Leaving your dog in the heat like this is NOT OK. We gave your dog some water and you should be happy we didn't break the window and take your dog."

Seriously, wherever you are, **** you.
User avatar #402 to #352 - nyuORlucy (07/28/2014) [-]
leave a note. also those peope clearly didnt try hard enough. its all or nothing
#420 to #352 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
As a child I had to do about the same thing. Sit in the back of an SUV for a while with a window cracked, even in shade...

It doesn't help much..
#140 - rolex (07/28/2014) [-]
what a ****** guard dog But for real, what a ****** owner
#64 - dickthebutt (07/28/2014) [-]
u avin a giggle m8?
#291 - bluzzerstream (07/28/2014) [-]
I went from   
These 			*****		 stealing a car?   
Oh, no they hit the dog...   
Oh, now I see   
That was good
I went from
These ***** stealing a car?
Oh, no they hit the dog...
Oh, now I see
That was good
#301 to #291 - kolonam (07/28/2014) [-]
Shame they couldn't save this one
User avatar #321 to #301 - bluzzerstream (07/28/2014) [-]
They never killed it, they jist couldn't save the girl/dog

Plus it looks rather snuggly
#142 - cfeuer (07/28/2014) [-]
The law will be on your side. you are supposed to call the police first, but if you see them suffering just make sure to call quickly after.
Pic because the tip is there for breaking windows and the small blade is a belt cutter.
#369 to #142 - bval (07/28/2014) [-]
In most U.S. states, there are no specific laws to protect the pet-rescuers in these cases. In the past, dogs and cats were considered legally equivalent to any other kind of property. For example, it was completely legal to be cruel to them, and killing someone else's pet would result in a small fine or, at most, equivalent reparations in small-claims court. However, in most states, the status quo is to treat pets as property with significant sentimental value. So in most states, if someone kills your pet or lets them loose, you can sue them for emotional damages due to loss of an "item" of great sentimental value.
Nonetheless, in the event that the car and dog owner sues you for property damage from the broken window, or if the police prosecute you, you can simply claim legal "necessity." Unless the prosecutor, jury, and judge are all inhumanely unsympathetic, which is almost an impossibility considering the public's views on pets nowadays, there's no way that you'd get charged or sued. Unless, perhaps, there was clearly plenty of time and you didn't even bother to call any authorities.
I'm not a lawyer; this is not legal advice; don't sue me.
#52 - kaboomz ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
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#312 - ThatAnnoyingKid (07/28/2014) [-]
i thought she hit the dog with the brick at first
User avatar #350 - themassivefail (07/28/2014) [-]
Reality; Girl throws blunt object at window, it bounces off.

Seriously, car windows are really hard to break with just force alone. (Next time you're at a junkyard, take a hammer and try and smash one. You've REALLY gotta slam it a few times before you even get a crack)

Easier way to do it, get a very fine point (like the tip of a key or a nail) and tap that with a rock or something. Much less force required, much more effective and clean results.
#224 - corsairair (07/28/2014) [-]
People who leave their pets, or children, in cars when it is super hot needs to be locked in a hot car themselves to know what it feels like; these people piss me off.
#229 to #224 - betars (07/28/2014) [-]
The worst part is, they get away with it.

They sure didn't forget their phones, coach bags and wallets in the car, for some reason. It's obvious that people are just trying to get rid of their kids and pets to live large again.
User avatar #277 to #229 - mrfartypants (07/28/2014) [-]
i thought you ment the girls get away with breaking his or her window i lol'd at the dark humor
User avatar #336 to #277 - betars (07/28/2014) [-]
That too. Breaking private property is no laughing matter.
User avatar #247 to #229 - corsairair (07/28/2014) [-]
Some sad **** right there... I can't even.....
#246 to #229 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
Actually, I have left the house with no pants on but had shoes on. Humans do forget things. Not to say there shouldn't be a punishment for something but sometimes it should be overlooked if it is none life threatening.
User avatar #363 to #229 - envinite (07/28/2014) [-]
It's because forgetting is not something you can plan ahead.
User avatar #399 to #363 - betars (07/28/2014) [-]
Explain how you can forget about something as important as your child and your pet.
User avatar #439 to #399 - envinite (07/29/2014) [-]
There's no need further explanation.

You can't choose what to forget and what to not forget, even the most important/easily to see thing. Brains are weird, you sometimes forgot something that may seems non forgettable, like when you enter a room like you have something to do and turns out you forgot what to do, or when you put down your stuff and in the next 2 minutes, you started searching for your stuff for hours. Those examples may not sounds that important, but you get the idea.
#13 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
Dog deserved it, she was a total bitch
User avatar #30 to #13 - dharkmoswen (07/28/2014) [-]
I'd ask how you know she was in heat, but I'm not sure I want to know the answer...
User avatar #14 to #13 - hypermetaljacob (07/28/2014) [-]
I think this MAY have been a pun on female dogs being bitches guys. calm yo tits
#16 to #14 - vladhellsing ONLINE (07/28/2014) [-]
> Telling FJ not to thumb down an anon.
> Telling FJ not to thumb down an anon.
User avatar #417 to #14 - thepandaking (07/28/2014) [-]
and people thumb you down, almost like they're insisting he was serious. oh god I love this site
#373 - faulther (07/28/2014) [-]
Buckle up. It's the law.
#61 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
User avatar #62 to #61 - yonyon (07/28/2014) [-]
That seems like a good idea.
#79 to #62 - amuzen (07/28/2014) [-]
if your leaving you car for a long enough period of time that you need these signs you probably don't want to leave you car on.
User avatar #80 to #79 - yonyon (07/28/2014) [-]
That was my point, yes.
#81 to #80 - amuzen (07/28/2014) [-]
oh you were trying to be 'sarcastic'
User avatar #82 to #81 - yonyon (07/28/2014) [-]
User avatar #89 to #82 - heartlessrobot (07/28/2014) [-]
Italic greenish-grey text can be used for sarcasm.
User avatar #93 to #89 - yonyon (07/28/2014) [-]
Is... Is that a thing?
User avatar #104 to #93 - heartlessrobot (07/28/2014) [-]
When commenting, hit the slanted capital I, and then hover your mouse over the color-blocks. The third one should be what you're looking for.
User avatar #159 to #104 - yonyon (07/28/2014) [-]
No, I know how to do that, I just didn't know that we used that as a way to make clear we're using sarcasm.
#175 to #159 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
well when you write a simple statement like that it hardly looks like sarcasm at all.
#234 - spidurman (07/28/2014) [-]
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#344 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
I remember being locked in a car as a child a few times, i remember getting really dizzy and tired, I never knew that it was because i was dying.
#54 - John Cena (07/28/2014) [-]
At first I thought the flying glass from the window killed the dog...
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