Cowboy cited after horse wanders away from bar

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  1. spamelope

    spamelope Active Member

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    WORLAND -- A northwestern Wyoming man received a citation for letting his horse wander in Worland, but not before he complained to town law enforcement officials about the absence of a hitching post in front of the local saloon.

    William Schellinger was cited by Washakie County law enforcement officers for allowing his horse to run at large in this city along the Big Horn River.

    http://trib.com/news/state-and-regional/article_f9eeded4-b81b-11de-875f-001cc4c03286.html


    On a personal note, a cowboy I know got a DUI when he left a bar on a horse in Rawlins. He won his case by arguing that the horse was the driver, he was merely the passenger, and the horse was sober.
     
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  3. Miss_Scarlett

    Miss_Scarlett Oh, come on, you don't think I'm gonna fall for th

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    I think I'd feel safer with a drunk driver on a horse instead of in a car!
     
  4. spamelope

    spamelope Active Member

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    As long as the horse is sober lol
     
  5. TexanLisa

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    Next time, he should simply take the horse inside with him. He should continue to do so each visit, until such time, the saloon decides to install a hitching post.

    :)
     
  6. Miss_Scarlett

    Miss_Scarlett Oh, come on, you don't think I'm gonna fall for th

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    Said perfectly by a Texan!
     

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