Dogsitter caught on nannycam leading her boyfriend into bedroom
A dogsitter has been caught on a nanny camera seducing her boyfriend into a nearby bedroom - instead of taking care of the dogs she was paid to keep an eye on.
Casey Brengle, 26 years old, was hired via the popular dogsitting app Wag! to take care of two dogs in a home in California - but it was clear to see that she had other things in mind.
Rosie Brown - who initially hired Brengle to take care of her dogs Penny and Daisy - said that the 26-year-old had hundreds of five-star reviews, and was excited to have her help out with taking care of her canine companions. "She had 210 five star reviews and I'm thinking, okay, this is great," Brown recalled.
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They soon got into contact, and Brengle agreed to take care of the dogs and the house for four and a half days for a sum of $316, and informed the dogsitter about the doggy camera that she'd set up in the house. But not too far into Brengle's four-day stay, Brown noticed something on her doggy cam that she'd left set up. Speaking to KABC, she said:
"On the preview on the alert, it showed a man in our house, someone that I wasn't expecting. So I opened it up and that's when I saw she [Brengle] was there with a man in our house and they were going straight for our bedroom."
In addition to that, Brengle did not take the dog on the long walks she agreed to, with the doggy cam also recording Brengle referring to one of the dogs as a "bitch". But Brown is most upset about Brengle getting naked in her house and sitting on her new couch - a piece of furniture she had been saving for six months to be able to afford.
"It got hot. As I've said, I don't like wearing clothes," protested Brengle, but Brown was disgusted to have her dogsitter defile her sofa in such a fashion.
"To see that video where she's like butt naked, sitting on it, laying on it, that was really hard 'cause like we just bought it. I don't lay down right there, you know? [...] That actually that used to be my favorite spot, right in the middle of it. I don't really touch it."
Although Brengle has expressed regret over the sitting incident, she has been suspended from the Wag! service and in a statement, the company said: "The reported behavior in this situation is unacceptable and contrary to our Community Guidelines... We expect everyone on the Wag! platform to conduct themselves professionally."