A video raked in views for starring a pet owner taking his four-legged friend on a luxury shopping spree. It is certainly out of the ordinary, but so is the dog. The pet wasn’t your regular fluffy, slobbering, barking kind but a product coming out of the Unitree Robotics stable. The Chinese firm’s Unitree Go1 is a robust-looking four-legged bot costing $2,700. The viral video shows a hooded hypebeast taking his robot dog shopping at the local Fendi store in Vienna. The dog, Mr. Chu, obviously garnered a lot of attention owing to its demeanor and the destination of the day- a luxury store.
The pet wasn’t simply accompanying his wealthy owner (clad head-to-toe in Dolce Gabbana) but shopping for a dog coat and nothing less than Fendi would do. Several shoppers and even staff members can be seen getting pictures of the robot dog who settles for a Fendi dog coat in FF motifs. If a casual evening stroll ends with the pooch buying a nearly $500 coat, imagine how lavish his lifestyle must be. On second thought, you don’t have to guess as we have snippets from his luxury-filled life below-
A sassy and stylish robot dog-
Mr.Chu is redefining a dog life by strutting the streets of Vienna in a $500 Fendi coat and a Louis Vuitton leash for nearly $400 while walking around the stunning streets of Vienna. Social media is packed with hate and admiration, and the robot dog receives both online. One user commented on the video, “Tell me you want attention without actually telling me you want attention.” Another simply commented, “Humanity is ending.”
No stranger to cash-
The social media profile of pet pooch Mr.Chu makes it clear this pet is not after bones but Burberrys and not looking to play catch instead prefers stashes of cash. The owner posted a video on Mr. Chu’s Instagram showing the world’s first intelligence bionic quadruped robot running to a bill counter doused with euros.
The robot dog has security-
Security is mandatory when the dog is dressed in an attire costing nearly $1000 and is an expensive possession ($2700). Mr.Chu is quite the attention-grabber, like its owner, and walks around with not one but two security personnel.
Mr. Chu scares real dogs but charms humans-
Robot fans couldn’t get enough of the Quadruped Robot that could stand, sit, reach out, and even dance for onlookers and passersby. The one thing he failed at was attracting a real dog who couldn’t wait to escape the technologically advanced, professional-grade pooch. On the other hand, humans were rather entertained with the antics of the doggy with dexterous arms. They engaged with the responsive robot on the streets and parks, and many were amazed at the fantastic creation.
All said and done, Mr.Chu is still simply a brilliant display of wealth. An actual pet owner can vouch for the warmth a natural pet brings.