Reyes even posted photographic evidence of the ruse by her sneaky dog sitting by a line of waiting cars at the local fast food joint.
"She's just a gold diggin ass b***h that be acting like she's a stray so people will feel bad for her & feed her burgers".
The woman even caught Princess in the act.
Animal behaviorist Corey Cohen laughed when he heard about the panhandling pooch.
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Unfortunately, one look at the the driver was all it took for the conning canine to realize she only had a few minutes left before she'd be shuttled back home and returned to a life of kibble. Reyes then filmed Princess sauntering over to a different auto where she successfully acquired a piece of the driver's burger. Princess is seen wagging her tail sheepishly and jumping up to the passenger's side window as she sees the auto pull up.
Princess may be in the doghouse now, but her sophisticated stunt is definitely delighting the internet.
The hilarious posts have been liked more than 230,000 times on Facebook, with many people calling Princess a "diva". Tens of thousands of commenters find the dog to be everything from adorable to relatable. Lesson learned: if you see a sturdy, well-fed dog begging for burgers, "quit feeding her fat a**".