Couple with two dogs trapped in mud: - I blame my wife

It was forty long minutes for the pair, who got stuck in a great game of mud along with their two dogs. the Coast guard had to be called to the site, where th

Couple with two dogs trapped in mud: - I blame my wife

It was forty long minutes for the pair, who got stuck in a great game of mud along with their two dogs. the Coast guard had to be called to the site, where th

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
09 November 2019 Saturday 00:00
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Couple with two dogs trapped in mud: - I blame my wife

It was forty long minutes for the pair, who got stuck in a great game of mud along with their two dogs.

the Coast guard had to be called to the site, where the british couple Brian and Jean Garnett else just had been out for a walk with their dogs, had come to take the wrong route and found themselves suddenly in a big mud puddle.

the Pair were caught in the mud, after they took the wrong way. Photo credit: Duncan Young

After the great rescue told Brian that he blamed his wife for the whole situation. She could not find the way.

It was she who went the wrong way, so we ended up here, he told to the local media Grimsby Live with mud across the face.

The two dogs Penny and Lucy was somewhat frightened by the experience, and they were also completely covered in mud.

- We came here to go for a walk with the dogs. The woman ended up going the wrong way, it is so typical women, and I ended up with to follow her, and we were caught in the mud in the whole forty-five minutes, told Brian, and continued:

- I would like to thank the coast guard to come so quickly and help us free. We will greatly appreciate. We may come back in the morning, but I don't think so.

They were fortunately quickly rescued. Photo credit: Duncan Young

Shaun Lee from the coast guard said subsequently about the incident, that they had received a notification about two people, who got stuck in the mud and had responded to it.

- When we got there, we saw two people who were stuck. There were also two dogs, but they were not real. Our biggest concern was that the tide was coming in. The two were rescued and came into the country again. They did not need medical attention.

the Man thought it was his wife's fault that they ended up in the suppedasen. Photo credit: Duncan Young

Updated: 09.11.2019 00:00
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