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UK: Motorcycle Rider Scares The Living Sh*t Out Of Horses

18
November
2009
  Posted at 02:30:00 PM
  File under  News
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France
UK

Motorcycle and Horse
Apparently, what was presumed to be a Harley-Davidson motorcycle rider, passed two horse in the UK. When the rider approached the junction were the horses were, he revved his engine, cause one of the horses to bolt.

The rider then followed the horse, trying to scare it even further. The horse ran towards the stables, but tripped and fell, causing the horse rider to fall, injuring himself. The horse was OK. The local cops are looking for witnesses.

Hmmmm.... not very nice, unless of course he revved his engine unintentionally, and then went after the horse in an attempt to stop it... but somehow I don't think so...
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