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A white woman is being dragged on social media after she called the police on a Black man because his puppy was a little too amorous.

Franklin Baxley, 42, said the woman dialed 911 at the Attleboro Dog Park in Massachusetts Wednesday after one of his pit bulls mounted her dog.

“I visit this park twice a day and all the dogs get excited when a new one is here,” Baxley, told Yahoo. 

“When the woman came in, my dog Dusse ran over and humped hers, so I immediately removed him and apologized, explaining that he’s a puppy.”

He told Yahoo that Dusse then mounted her dog two more times:

 “She said, ‘I think you need to leave because your dog keeps doing that... I said I wasn’t leaving, and she took out her phone and called 911. It escalated quick.”

Bexley recorded his interactions with the lady, who called his puppy's actions "inappropriate" for a dog park.

"Here is the one where she starts behaving as if she is threatened by me and is accusing me of following her around the park as I am following my dogs like any other dog owner. I was annoyed, so I began mocking her. Sorry, not sorry."

A police officer arrived at the park and was told by Baxley:

“She told me to leave the park because my dog assaulted her dog by humping him. That’s where we’re at, sir.”

“I asked you to leave because your dog was humping mine and those are the rules,” the woman told the police officer: “I don’t know why he’s doing this” the cop responded, “I’m used to it.”

Baxley was unfazed by the incident and will continue to attend the park:

“This woman wanted to impress upon me that she was superior. Her first instinct was to call the police when in conflict with a black person," he told Yahoo.

Social media has given her the title, #DogParkDebbie