Dog Steals Set Of Fake Teeth And Wears Them Perfectly Leaving Owner Hysterical With Laughter

Michigan, US: A man named Ben Campbell decided to get giant fake teeth as a joke, and maybe even hoped he would be a comic hit among his friends with them.

But to everyone’s surprise, Ben’s Yorkshire terrier, Thomas, decided to take comedy into his own hands.

And when Ben, who is a psychologist by profession, left the fake teeth unattended, Thomas stepped into the game.

Image credit: Ben Campbell

Normally, you’d expect a dog to chew such a thing into pieces, but Thomas decided to instead carry them in his mouth, and somehow they fit right into his mouth the right way.

And the result was hilarious! Ben decided to record the moments in which he tries to get back his teeth, but Thomas was just having too much fun to give them up.

Image credit: Ben Campbell

Ben is laughing it off as his cheeky pup keeps on evading him. And as he struggles to keep it together, Ben asks:

“Thomas, what are you doing?”

But Thomas was not yet ready to give up!

Image credit: Ben Campbell

The hilarious video has so far amassed 1, 629, 939 views and nearly 20,000 likes, as Thomas entertains people around the world with his new toy.

One person wrote:

“I just woke up my entire house laughing harder than I have ever. This was so unexpected it laughed me out of bed. My wife and kids are so mad.”

Another said:

“Oh my god!! I’m finally gonna get those quarantine just from laughing at this!”

A third wrote:

“Thomas is absolutely crazy funny, but still your laughter is so contagious.”

And another one commented:

“Reasons for why this is hilarious
– the dog doesnt know whats going on
– the teeth are perfectly on they arent on an angle
– the teeth arent wobbling around they are firmly on there
– the dog looks like he has a moustache
– small face and big teeth”

Check out Thomas’ hilarious stunt in the video below.

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