I’m wondering if a non-restrictive participle clause can be used on non-subjects.
I lied to my mom, looking at me.
I find this sentence extremely odd. However, this one isn’t:
I lied to my mom, who is looking at me.
If the first example is odd to native speakers as well, I would like to deduce that perhaps a non-restrictive participle clause is not a simplified, reduced relative clause, but an adverbial participle clause?