Police pull drunk woman from horse (video)
TO Greymouth, New Zealand, where a 48-year-old is being ordered to go home or else. She’s drunk in charge of the horse she’d left tied up outside the pub. This is no crime. But the police want her to stop. So, one one of them pulls her from the horse, you know, for her own safety.
She’s then arrested, locked up for the night and released without charge. The brain’s trust then impounded her horse before giving it back to her.
The population of Greymouth is 9,528, of which 21.6 percent are under the age of 15 years. It’s not a very busy town. You wonder what harm the woman could have caused at night?