A "reckless driver" has left a car owner shell-shocked after crashing a Jeep into a neighbour's car – but only to realise it was her dog behind the wheel.

Neighbour Shaun Walker, was working from home in Gronant, Wales when he heard a loud bang just outside his house.

He thought the neighbour had slipped their foot and crashed into a parked car by mistake.

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But he was wrong, when he re-watched his security camera footage, he was stunned to find a four-legged friend in the driver's seat.

It appears as though the dog had leapt into the car via the driver's seat – knocking it out of gear and leading to the car rolling down the driveway.

The dog owner, in a yellow jacket, shouted: "No, no, no! Oh for God's sake."

It then collided with Shaun’s car, parked opposite, while his helpless neighbour tried to catch the car from the outside.

The incident occurred at around 9.30am on Thursday, December 1.

Shaun, a senior analyst, remembered hearing the loud commotion and the dog bark and went out to check.

He said: "I looked out the window and saw my neighbour’s car had rolled down their driveway and jack-knifed into my car.

“I went outside and spoke to my neighbour – she said the dog had jumped into the car in the driver’s seat and knocked the car out of gear.

“I checked the footage and realised you could see the dog in the driver's seat.

“It caused a lot of rear damage to my car – the rear quarter was damaged and it was pushed into the wall.

“I just hope the dog is a named driver, but if the car insurance won’t do it then the pet insurance might.

“Me and my partner were in hysterics laughing – it's an old car so we weren’t too bothered about the damage.”

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