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December 17, 2012


Commuters in Berlin got the fright of their lives last week when a woman boarded a subway train with her Shetland pony.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)


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nag, nag, nag...

Didn't every girl want a My Little Pony at least once? She got her wish!

Even thought it was translated into English, it wasn't hard to tell what language that S-bahn official was originally speaking.

Ze Polizei haff been notified!

nothing scarier than a pony. less it's a bunny.

If that's the fright of their lives, they should try riding a taxi in NYC.

Hey, at least it wasn't a (temporarily) live shark.

The poo smelling dog started barking and went to the next car.

It's cold and flu season. Maybe she was just a little hoarse.

I've been on the subway with horse with no name,
It felt good to be out of the rain...

A mere technicality: Although the article states that this took place on the subway, S-bahn stands for Strassenbahn, tram or streetcar. The snow on the floor (at least, I hope that's snow) also argues for the streetcar interpretation, since it wouldn't be likely to show up in a subway car, but is very likely to be found in a streetcar. Additionally, I can't imagine trying to take a pony down into a subway station. And that's all I have to say about that. For now.


Gives a different meaning to "pony rides".

Sounds like a sweet tempered animal.

There isn't a child in the world that would be as calm as that pony was. And it didn't "embarrass" itself. Vwat ees ze problem, auffizer?

Thanks for the update, Ralph. Loved it.

At least it didn't have it's feet up on the seat.

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