Ms Rayner claims she had arrived at Ayr train station planning to buy the dog for £400 after replying to an advert on listings website Gumtree.
But when she got to the station with her nine-year-old daughter Rhiannon Strachan, she found Kai - whose real name is Pluto - did not look like the dog in the advert.We've all been there. Something not as described. A sensible person walks away. But would a sensible person be buying an adult dog of uncertain history on Gumtree in the first place?
Now, how can this woman portray herself as the victim in this, instead of the villain?
I know! How about giving the 'Daily Mail' an interview?
Ms Rayner said: 'I panicked. I suffer from a panic disorder so I panicked even more and thought I could have a stolen dog now.
'I spoke to a man at the station and told him that it wasn't my dog. I told the guy I needed to get the next train. So the guy knew and he said to tie him so I did.'
Ugly, worthless, brainless mongrel
1/10 for inventiveness. You deserve to be banned for life from owning anything bigger than a goldfish...