• Kylie Cunningham
today at the airport one of the drug dogs set off a false alarm and officers rushed over to find out the dog had alerted them for a piece of pizza. the handler just patted his head and goes
"it's okay buddy i know pizza always confuses you" and gave him his treat anyways
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    • Well he is getting confused because the dude is reinforcing his behavior.
      Ookamisan 20 sep
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    • That’s bad training to give a reward for something wrong: the dog will just think pizza is still ok
      Sarabuggy 20 sep
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    • Not cute. The baggage owner has now been detained and had their bag torn apart. And while the TSA just goes "whoops", the owner has missed their flight and has their stuff scattered everywhere
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    • The pizza has drugs in it
      Bninja13 20 sep
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    • Cute until the dog hits on your bag and they use it as an excuse to tear your shit apart all because the dog has now been conditioned to false alert on food.
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    • That doesn’t usually happen if the dog is trained carefully, but also they’re probably bomb dogs not drug dogs, there aren’t usually drug dogs at the airport
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    • Ans that is why drug dogs get confused.. you reward them when they false alarm... not to be harsh or anything but that small thing you did could cause someone to miss their flight
      TylerJG92 20 sep
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    • PoopShoes 20 sep
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    • Pizza on top of a pile of drugs. Who tf keeps a piece of pizza in their bag lol
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    • Pizza. Drugs. The dawg don’t lie. Tell it to the judge. Note to judge that dawg miss-hits on pizza regular like and the bust is without probable cause
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    • Nope, as a trained dog handler for NYPD they would have just retired him
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    • There is no reason free people can't use drugs.
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    • My dog died today from heart worms, had him for 8 years raised him from a puppy, he was a pitbull, he was always protective of me and my baby brother, he passed away today at 12:00pm his name was Tank, he truly was a good boi
      LoliJutsu 21 sep
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    • The K9 unit brought the dog to my niece's school for a demo. The dog alerted at her locker, they took her to the office and searched her stuff only to find nothing. But, the officer said his dog is never wrong, or doesn't sniff other dogs, which she has one that sleeps with her. Yeah ok...
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    • Back when I was in highschool they would randomly bring in the drug dog to go around school and would pick a few random classrooms for her to check bags. One year she alerted to this one poor girls bag and they checked her whole bag and found a bag of...
      jxoxo 20 sep
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    • Recently the Supreme Court admitted that K-9 units alert false positives as much as 70% of the time and still approved the continuance of their use
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    • I don’t use drugs, but they should definitely be legal.
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    • My dog peed a bit on my back pack and we had a surprise inspection at work. They brought drug sniffing dogs and surprise surprise they sniffed the shit out of my back pack. They searched my shit but found nothing but now I know how to distract the drug dog.
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    • The drug dogs in an airport are supposed to also sniff food being brought from other countries which are then confiscated and destroyed by the airport so this makes plenty of sense for the dog to be confused by pizza
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    • bullshit
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    • As somebody who used to work at an airport with dogs, I can guarantee this is a load of shit, also the picture has nothing to do with the post
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    • Even tho they illegal strip searched the guy I'm sure. Defund the TSA!
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    • “Haha isn’t it so funny how the animals that put people in prison for 10 years get confused sometimes? So cute and funny!”
      Cajun 21 sep
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    • PorkSword 20 sep
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    • Happened to me at the airport, got a full body pat down and almost missed my flight
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    • r/thathappened
      ognutt 20 sep
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    • PoopShoes 20 sep
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    • The guy who hid his drugs in his pizza. 0 — 0
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    • 102k...wow!
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    • Does anyone know what kind of dog that is?? It looks just like mine but I don’t wanna buy an expensive dna test to find out.
      Paradoxxx 22 sep
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    • Thats negative reinforcement and can be problematic for newer dogs still going through or just out of training.
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    • Carry pizza when muling. Check.
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    • well that's probably why he keeps giving false alarms
      Kasagure 21 sep
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    • Imagine if our ears folded every time we thought we were good boys
      BlameGame 20 sep
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    • That dog looks almost exactly like mine
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    • A perfect excuse to "confiscate" a slice of pizza
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    • Yes officer, it’s just a slice of pizza - with extra plain old regular mushrooms. . .
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    • Why do we trust animals again?
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    • It's ok, pizza gets me too....
      Ang117 20 sep
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    • And then she got a purple heart and Obama was there
      the_stink 20 sep
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    • Little did he know, the pizza had psychedelic shrooms on it
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    • There were drugs in the pizza
      mased73 20 sep
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    • Drug dogs are just tools used by state sanctioned thugs to violate your fourth amendment rights
      BeakerPD 21 sep
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    • Women and asians love to make up stories online to make their lives sound more interesting than they are
      craBONE 20 sep
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    • That's so cute
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    • And the whole airport clapped.
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    • Top Secret (1982)
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    • And then the dog was fired
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    • Sure, blame it on the oregano.
      BlueQrow 23 sep
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    • This is why dogs shouldn't do jobs.
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    • Its probably confused by the pizza because it still gets treats when it finds pizza
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    • Remeber, hide your drugs in pizza kids.
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    • Now to put drugs in my pizza
      kolpo 23 sep
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    • If its confused by pizza don't give it a treat when it find pizza, that reenforces the behavior
      CanisR3X 23 sep
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    • Cute but don’t reward him for pizza that’s why it confuses him
      gatormaid 23 sep
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    • I had a dog alert my bag when I went down to Mexico on vacation. Little fucker smelled the chocolate in my bag
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    • 108k? Damn dude nice
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    • They don’t use drug dogs at the airport. They’re bomb dogs
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    • jo20.com vote LIBERTARIAN
      supra7in 23 sep
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    • I fucking love dogs
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    • You gotta get beagles to be your sniffers, they have the best noses out of any dogs
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    • Wth why are they rewarding him for finding pizza??
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    • I made this comment so there wouldn't be 666
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    • Give the man a raise now!
      bognegets 22 sep
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    • He knows what he did
      Taldaram 22 sep
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    • Plot twist, there were drugs inside the pizza
      chibify 22 sep
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    • So, put my COCAINE on pizza.. Good to know. Follow me on twitch DizzyniC
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    • giving him the treat is literally training him to go for pizza
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    • Usually only for customs will they have the drug dogs, but bomb/gun are common
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    • Reinforcing bad habits.
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    • Hmm, so assuming this is real (big assumption) dogs that can get their trigger tripped over pizza are in charge of your right to privacy. Dope.
      iShit 22 sep
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    • Recent studies show that cheese activate the same parts of the brain as hard drugs
      Occulus 22 sep
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    • Dude everybody using this as an excuse to bag on k-9s but all evidence points to their work being revolutionary for officers
      Heather00 22 sep
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    • He should probably only give him a quarter of the treat or so
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    • TheBatman 22 sep
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    • I've snuck pizza through security SO many times.
      rewdav 22 sep
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    • What drug smells like pizza?
      Shyrule 22 sep
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    • I mix drugs with food and put them in people's bags before they go the airport
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    • Maybe don’t condition it to alert you when it smells food and it won’t alert you when it smells food
      Favray 22 sep
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    • Airports don't have drug dogs, they have dogs that sniff for explosives and gunpowder.
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    • The same thing happened to me in the airport but with leftover McDonalds in my backpack when I was like 12. I was scared shitless at that point.
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    • Y'all gotta chill. I guarantee it isn't an actual drug dogs
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    • Doubt*
      looloo 22 sep
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    • What if it was drug pizza?
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    • The guy with the pizza with two shots in his chest: “good boy” 💀
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    • He is giving the dog a treat for a bad thing. He’s just gonna do it more if you do thay
      realcrow 21 sep
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    • 21st night of September is happening as we speak
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    • dogs at airports are usually explosives sniffers. drugs aren’t as focused on in an airport as bombs/explosives and weapons are. and yes. dogs can be trained for to smell out anything, but they’re usually specialized for either drugs/guns/search and rescue. just wanted people to know and i love dogs
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    • Pizza is a reasonable weakness in a lot of us.
      spudzz 21 sep
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    • Theres only bomb dogs at airports not drug dogs
      enocide 21 sep
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    • No need to argue about it like a bunch of retards, it’s made up just like all the other ones.
      Julmust 21 sep
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    • guess im lucky after seeing y’alls bad experiences with the TSA, my parents left me alone for a little with our baggage in o’hare and a dog came over and was alerted to a bag and the handler just explained about what he was and asked me to show her the bag. turns out the dog was just alerted by (1/2
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    • This is totally understandable if you truly understand dogs and how this may have happened during training
      pjolah 21 sep
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    • Usually dogs at airports aren’t there for drugs they usually are bomb dogs
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    • So is some dude bringing a pizza on a plane?
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    • Nigga
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    • There was heroin in the pizza
      Volcryn 21 sep
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    • It's ok buddy pizza confused me to
      26bek001 21 sep
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