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March 19, 2019

HE WAS RELEASED AFTER THE HORSE PRODUCED A VALID FLORIDA DRIVER'S LICENSE

California Highway Patrol officers made an "equine stop" Sunday and pulled over a 49-year-old man suspected of riding a horse while intoxicated near Watsonville.

(Thanks to pharmaross)

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Note to the Hwy Patrol - in CA it is perfectly legal for one drunk to ride another drunk in clearly posted Ride Sharing lanes.

Who was intoxicated.

Alcohol-fueled vehicle.

Mister Ed's attempt to launch e-steed, an environmental friendly one-passenger, self-driving transportation service hits a snag in California trials.

The rider, a Watsonville man, was taken to a sobering center in downtown Santa Cruz.
Is "sobering center" a fancy California term for drunk tank?

Suspected? How could they tell?

The horse was on its way to enroll in UCLA

That was a good example, Ralph...

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