Sandra Hammons, the woman whose wheelchair was so cruelly disfigured for the greater good of dog-kind, recognized immediately that her husband had no malicious motives behind the act, stating (possibly while crawling around on the concrete, trying to put her chair back together), "The only thing he could think of was to save the dog." This was further corroborated by witnesses who watched as Hammons took his sweaty new pal to the shade of a nearby tree to give it some water. When the owner of both dog and vehicle returned, however, she didn't look quite so kindly upon Hammons' commitment to canine welfare. After calling the police, she furiously demanded he be arrested for giving her car the Elin Nordegren treatment. And since Georgia has a law that allows for one to break into a car to rescue a human, but no such provision for pets, the police had no choice but to place Hammons in a pair of cuffs.
Or maybe two pairs.
The local police chief confirmed the overwhelming shittiness of the Yorkie's owner, stating, "We would not have made those charges on our own. The deputies on scene say the owner of both dog and car was very insistent that he be charged with criminal trespassing." Thankfully, all charges were later dropped, and despite initially facing the prospect of a $1,000 fine or up to a year in prison, Hammons says he would do it all again: "I've got PTSD, and I've seen enough death and destruction. And I didn't want anything else to happen if I could prevent it." Good for you, Mr. Hammons. Even though the victim of your assault happened to be a Ford, you couldn't be more American unless that eagle on your shirt there came to life and started shitting on every foreign model in the lot.
And/or immediately began ripping the English-bred terrier apart for its allegiances to the monarchy.