Runaway horse, buggy given ‘verbal warning’ by Mich. trooper
Even low-horsepower modes of transportation must follow the posted speed limit
OSCEOLA COUNTY, Mich. — A runaway horse and buggy recently ran its way into a confrontation with the Michigan State Police.
The bizarre incident occurred when a trooper from the Cadillac Post was patrolling traffic on M-115 near 70th Avenue in Osceola County on Tuesday. In addition to stopping speeding vehicles, the trooper also stopped the runaway horse and rider-less buggy.
There is never a dull moment in the life of a trooper. A Cadillac Post trooper working traffic detail on M115 stopped more than speeders today. The trooper stopped a runaway horse & buggy on M115 & 70th Avenue. The horse was given a verbal warning. pic.twitter.com/WV8H8taRvA— @MSPNorthernMI (@mspnorthernmi) February 25, 2020
“There is a never a dull moment in the life of a trooper,” a tweet reads.
The horse was given a verbal warning, according to police, but has one Twitter follower pointed out, the horse didn’t know how fast he was going.
“Neigh,” he responded.
Trooper - Do you know how fast you were going?— SuperYooper (@SuperYooperFBM) February 25, 2020
Horse - Neigh.
- Bizarre Beat