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Thai students 'mugged' by dog begging for food

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Thai students 'mugged' by dog begging for food

Thai students 'mugged' by dog begging for food

This is the amusing moment a stray dog 'mugged' two students by demanding food from their table.

Tar Phrc, 20, was having breakfast with his friend in the university canteen in Buriram, northeastern Thailand, on October 17 morning.

Footage taken by Tar shows a moment the dog approached their table and begged for some of their sticky rice and grilled pork.

Tar joked that they were "mugged" by a dog.

He said: "We could not have breakfast peacefully unless we bribed the dog to go away.

I feel like he robbed us."

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