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Australia'Barking dog man' still has the knack nine years on

14:42  11 january  2019
14:42  11 january  2019 Source:   9news.com.au

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He's a humble Aussie who found international fame as the "barking dog man" on A Current Affair – and nine years later, Ray Graham's still got it.

Ray caught up with A Current Affair today in Marsfield, NSW, and with trademark forthrightness admitted that "in some ways" he'd been "defined" by his iconic appearance on the show.

Back in 2010, Ray wanted to talk about the problem of dangerous dogs in the neighbourhood, but it was his snarling impression of the aggressive animals that got the attention.

And even nine years on, people still recognised him.

"We often get stopped in the shopping centres and places like that," he said.

"Some want a photo, some want a video.

"And then sometimes, I just bark at them."

The good-humoured suburbanite then indulged A Current Affair's request for a repeat of his famed barking, and as you can see in the video above, he's not lost his touch.

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