WATCH: Scooter-Riding Dog Spotted Yet Again in China

By Catherine Lee, February 15, 2017

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He's back!

China's most famous scooter-riding dog is going viral yet again after another video of him riding in style made the rounds on Chinese social media last week.

We've seen this Samoyed conduct such skills before, and he's at it again as his owner takes him along a bustling road in northern China — Inner Mongolia to be precise. Once again the crazy canine appears to be propped up onto a scooter. 

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However, this viral video is leading to mixed reactions among netizens, with some expressing how it's dangerous for both the owner and his fluffy, white pet and could lead to a traffic accident in the near future.

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