Woman teaches dog how to drive so she could get pet driver's licence

Woman teaches dog how to drive so she could get pet driver's licence

- A woman identified as Emily Doucet has expressed her displeasure over Facebook's action on her pet's account

- The 33-year-old woman from the United States says she was denied access to her dog's Facebook account

- She was told to present a valid driver's licence before the profile could be accessible

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A 33-year-old woman from the United States identified as Emily Doucet has cried out after she was denied access to her dog's Facebook account and told to present a valid driver's licence for the pet.

Emily said she created the account for her pet named Max in 2010 and recently tried to log in to update his last name to her married name.

She, however, could not remember the password and was eventually locked out.

Emily told BuzzFeed News: "I’m not sure how it happened, but I so rarely use the account that I honestly wasn’t too surprised.

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She said since she was notified by Facebook that she had to verify Max's account by providing a government-issued ID or driver's license to access the account, she had no choice than to teach him how to drive.

She said on Twitter: "I have no choice but to teach him how to drive."

When BuzzFeed News reached Facebook on the issue, a rep for the social media company said Facebook does not "allow people to maintain profiles for their pets".

According to the rep, Facebook encourages users to create a Page for their beloved animals.

Ruchika Budhraja, a spokesperson for Facebook, said: "Profiles are meant to represent people, and we ask that people set up Pages if they want to represent a brand, business, group, organization – or pet."

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In another interesting report, exactly 26 years ago, renowned Ghanaian boxing world champion, Azumah Nelson, lost his WBC Super Featherweight held for 10 good years.

A report on the official website of Happy FM indicates that Jesse James Leija of the United States knocked down Azumah Nelson of Ghana and went on to defeat him by unanimous decision.

Leija captured the World Boxing Council Super Featherweight Championship at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, USA.

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