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"Barry Rogerson said he panicked when he saw Police horse Bud coming towards him. Bud reared up in pain after the attack, which Rogerson claimed may also have been influenced by the medication he was on and his heavy drinking earlier that day."


"It was an instant reaction. I did not actually go out to attack a horse. I’d like to apologise to the horse, to the mounted section and to the people of the North East.”


Football fan who punched horse claims he acted in self defence - Telegraph

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Im at the British Museum today and here appears historic proof of the legend


As the Greeks call him

jarv μία γροθιά



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