Groundskeeper badly injured during Welsh Corgi League fete

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Things got way out of hand at the Welsh Corgi League petting party, leaving a man in critical condition.

The 30-year-old groundskeeper was on his ride-on lawnmower when he took a plunge into a lake on an estate owned by the British royal family, where the corgi-orgy was taking place, reported the Telegraph. No one is sure how exactly he ended up in the water, but seeing Queen Elizabeth II twerk with her canines would certainly make any man lose control of his vehicle.

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