Police unleash truth about dog rumours – by Paul Mason, Sunday Herald Sun
A newspaper worker has come to the rescue of the world’s first dog being called “Duffy” after reports about the creature’s strange appearance became widespread and even the BBC issued a warning. The Guardian reported on Tuesday that a local newspaper in England was run by a woman named Katherine Duffy and her own father, who had two dogs called Doyle.
The name has been in use since at least the 17우리카지노00s, when Dubliners named some of their animals by an odd formula after English characters like “Lucky,” “King,” and “Dolly”. The dogs were a popular holiday tradition in northern Ireland in the 1950s. The Guardian reported that a number of local media outlets were reporting that Duffy’s father, Charles Duffy, told local papers that the dogs were actually real poodles.
The Irish Times named the first dog it encountered as “Ayrton,” and the BBC even released this video that appeared to confirm the presence of “Duffy.”
“I’m really pleased with the response바카라사이트,” said Katherine Duffy, who was in the middle of a morning commute to work when she received the dog and said she was impressed by the amount of interest she had had for two days in the paper.
She said the story had come to the paper because it appeared on a website called The Irish예스카지노 Guardian. Duffy said she has been working to spread the word about the story on social media and has made other posts on the website. She told the Telegraph that she had not noticed the reaction to her posting on the website, which appeared to suggest she was “dubious about it” and had made up a number of stories, including claims about her dog.
The BBC confirmed to the Sunday Herald Sun that Doyle has been featured on the program but that it had nothing to do with Duffy’s own claims.
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