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Rottweiler registered to vote in Britain, police called

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A dog owner from northeastern England has been threatened with police action after his ageing pet Rottweiler was registered to vote in next month's European Parliament elections, it emerged Tuesday. 

A Rottweiler pictured at a dog show in Ahmedabad, India on November 8, 2009

Russell Hoyle, 45, from Stockton near Newcastle, was asked to attend a police interview and risks a fine or even prison for the registration of his dog Zeus, according to the local Evening Gazette newspaper.

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