Johnny Depp’s dogs Pistol & Boo leave Australia just hours before the deadline ends!
Johnny Depp is all set to fly his dogs Pistol and Boo back home to the States from Australia. The Yorkshire terriers will be flown out of Australia on Friday on Depp’s private jet and were seen leaving the mansion where they were staying.
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The dogs were spotted inside a black range rover speeding away from the Coomera mansion where Depp was residing with his dogs and wife Amber Heard. Although reports emerged both Depp and Heard would be flying back to the US with Pistol & Boo on a private jet, it still remains unconfirmed who is accompanying the dogs home.
The pooches could probably be flown out of the Gold Coast's Coolangatta Airport or from Queensland in Brisbane. It’s safe to presume Pistol and Boo are safely on their way home from threats of being put down.
Earlier the Minister of Agriculture of Australia Barnaby Joyce had warned Depp if the dogs did not ‘Bugger Off’ from the Gold Coast they will be put down and Joyce will not give special treatment to anyone even if Depp is one of the sexiest men alive.
The declaration even started a petition on social media for Joyce to spare the dog’s lives with 17500 signatures. A spokesman for Joyce confirmed to Reuters the dogs will be flying out of Australia on Friday evening.
Depp is also supposedly going to face a formal interview with the government officials on how the Yorkshire terriers were smuggled in Australia on a private jet without taking quarantine regulations in consideration.
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Depp brought Pistol and Boo along with him while filming for the fifth installment of the Pirates of the Caribbean film without declaring them to the Australian Customs on his private jet. However the dogs were discovered after pictures of them appeared on social media in a grooming salon.