That led deputies to Tessier, who lived about a block away from where “Johnny” first offered the girls a piggyback ride.
Pray would ultimately come to believe Tareq was trying to “piggyback” off her Bravo show to get himself noticed.
But the piggyback Bandit keeps making bail and keeps finding new ways to commit his “crimes.”
The transport of loaded containers or semitrailers on railroad flatcars (1953+)verb
To originate or prosper with the help of something else: Aerobic dancing piggybacked on the jogging craze (1968+)
[fr the term for carrying someone, esp a child, on one's back, derived by folk etymology fr pick-a-back, of unknown origin]