I saw what seemed to be a SS of the "technically, my dog *is* leashed, though not under my control" variety, though it may have been more a failure to comprehend the risk in the situation than entitlement leading the way.
We were leaving a multi-deck parking tower which is attached to one facility which does not allow dogs, but is also near a public park which I believe does allow dogs on leash. The parking deck is used by many folks who are visiting the park, and it is paid parking, has an access gate to a path to the park, so seems intended that park visitors may use the deck without taking parking space reserved for non-park visitors.
It is a beautiful weekend day here, so lots of cars coming and going.
The way our car was heading was clear, though cars were coming from the other direction, and there were cars approaching behind us. Suddenly, a mid-sized dog darted in front of our car, trailing a leash, and we stopped abruptly as did a car coming from the other direction. We figured someone's dog got away from them, and thankfully was not hit. Both we, and the driver from the other direction sat waiting for the dog's owner to get the dog.
A woman came out from between some parked cars, called the dog without moving towards the dog, the dog thankfully did head in her direction though making a few detours. The dog walked up to her, she started walking towards the car - without leaning over to pick up the dogs leash. The dog followed her for three or four steps, then seemed to think "hey, running between cars is more fun" and took off again into the two lanes of cars which had begun cautiously starting to move.
The woman stayed by her car called the dog, and rinse, lather, repeat, but then she somehow got the dog into the car, though I never saw her pick up or reach for the leash.
I was watching, and thinking that she seemed to misunderstand the concept of a dog "being on leash" actually requiring someone to be on the other end of the leash.