Dog crashes British TV star's car - report


LONDON, Dec 21 (Reuters) - British television presenter Johnny Vaughan says his pet dog crashed his sports car in a bizarre accident, the Sun newspaper reported on Saturday. The tabloid said Vaughan's bulldog nudged his 60,000-pound ($96,180) Maserati into gear and stepped on the accelerator -- sending it flying into a van. "I was too shocked to be angry," Vaughan, who presents a BBC chat show, was quoted as saying in the tabloid. "I couldn't believe my dog crashed my car." The ...

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