Recently in Grand Bend, Ontario, a man broke into a stranger's car to free a cute little fur ball from the confines of hellish confines of a hot vehicle. Will Costa told CTV that he, the random hero, and a bunch of other people were in the area for the unveiling of a band shell when an announcer let people know that a dog was suffering in the heat. Uproxx stated that on the fateful day of the dog rescue, temps hit over 3o° Celsius, which 86° to other people.
Upon hearing about the plight of the dog called Cotton, a crowd went over to ogle. Then the guy took a rock to the car window. 20 minutes latter, little Cotton was free to sweat outside with the humans.
Breaking windows is not as easy as it sounds, assuming that you thought it sounded easy before seeing that guy struggle.
Costa said "[t]he dog was completely soaked" when pulled from the car. It's hard to say how much of that sweat moisture on the dog came from heat and how much came from fear of a guy throwing a giant rock at him.
It took another 50 minutes for the owners to return, a time during which Cotton presumably cooled down and basked in the love of strangers. When the owners did show up, the cops kindly asked the couple to take a visit to the police station.