A traffic camera in Slovakia recorded a dog driving… over the speed limit in the village of Šterusy.

Slovakian police posted the news on social media writing: “Mr dog you exceeded the speed limit in the village. Your supporting documents, please.”

“”I don’t have…,” barked the dog. Well, you will pay a fine,” police said in the fake chat.

According to the New York Post, the dog was going 10 kilometers per hour over the speed limit.

The post said officers couldn’t believe their eyes when the photo appeared on police radar showing the dog with no human in sight.

“Instead of the driver’s photo, a brown hunting dog was smiling nicely at the camera, sitting obediently behind the wheel of a Škoda and looking through the windshield at the promising young deer,” the post continues.

Immediate fine to the owner of the dog

As the New York Post reports, the 31-year-old driver claimed his dog had jumped into his lap while driving, but police were unable to see any sudden movement inside the car when they reviewed the footage.

He was immediately fined by the police for violating traffic rules.

Police concluded their post by instructing drivers to take safety and caution when transporting their pets, adding that any size animal can cause safety issues. “Even a small animal can endanger your life and health while driving.”