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Glasgow man charged with feeding sausage roll to ‘mouthy’ police horse

by | 15th, November 2012

THE court calls Francis Kelly, 41, accused of breaching the peace by feeding sausage rolls to police horses.

It is alleged that Mr Kelly fed sausage rolls to police horses in Pollokshaws Road, Glasgow, on 26 September 2012.

When told to put the food DOWN, police says Mr Kelly behaved in a “threatening or abusive manner” and “adopted an aggressive stance”.

Do as you are told or else risk being accused of looking aggressive. Got it?

Mr Kelly denies the charge. As source tell the BBC:

“His view is simply that he thought the horses looked hungry – daft as that sounds.”

On the website of the Metropolitan Police mounted unit, there is advice :

Q10: Can I pet your horse?
A. Yes, our horses love attention! It is always polite to ask first though in the event we are assisting with a police call.

Q11: Does your horse bite?
A. Generally no, but don’t

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