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Pics shows: A full grown, sick horse was squashed into the back passenger seat on its way to the vet; Astonished city cops used their horse sense when they stopped a car on a hunch - and found a fully-grown pony sitting on the back seats. Police in northern Mexico had pulled over the car in Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, after spotting a strange shape through the rear windscreen. Fearing it might be a body, they forced the white sports coupe - described in local media as a "Camaro" - to stop but could not believe their eyes when they pulled back a blanket for a better look. Underneath was a grey pony with its front and rear legs tied and being kept in place by the car's seat belts. The space was so tight that the pony's head was hanging over the car's front passenger seat. Driver Felipe Monsivais, 30, and his 23-year-old pal Tomas Monsivais told officers that they were taking the horse on a 12 hour drive to the vet. The pals claimed that they were taking the the pony from Juarez to Colonia San Bernabe, some 730 miles away. Animal welfare officials reportedly seized the horse and both men are now facing an animal cruelty investigation.
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Pics shows: A full grown, sick horse was squashed into the back passenger seat on its way to the vet; Astonished city cops used their horse sense when they stopped a car on a hunch - and found a fully-grown pony sitting on the back seats. Police in northern Mexico had pulled over the car in Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, after spotting a strange shape through the rear windscreen. Fearing it might be a body, they forced the white sports coupe - described in local media as a "Camaro" - to stop but could not believe their eyes when they pulled back a blanket for a better look. Underneath was a grey pony with its front and rear legs tied and being kept in place by the car's seat belts. The space was so tight that the pony's head was hanging over the car's front passenger seat. Driver Felipe Monsivais, 30, and his 23-year-old pal Tomas Monsivais told officers that they were taking the horse on a 12 hour drive to the vet. The pals claimed that they were taking the the pony from Juarez to Colonia San Bernabe, some 730 miles away. Animal welfare officials reportedly seized the horse and both men are now facing an animal cruelty investigation.
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Pics shows: A full grown, sick horse was squashed into the back passenger seat on its way to the vet; Astonished city cops used their horse sense when they stopped a car on a hunch - and found a fully-grown pony sitting on the back seats. Police in northern Mexico had pulled over the car in Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, after spotting a strange shape through the rear windscreen. Fearing it might be a body, they forced the white sports coupe - described in local media as a "Camaro" - to stop but could not believe their eyes when they pulled back a blanket for a better look. Underneath was a grey pony with its front and rear legs tied and being kept in place by the car's seat belts. The space was so tight that the pony's head was hanging over the car's front passenger seat. Driver Felipe Monsivais, 30, and his 23-year-old pal Tomas Monsivais told officers that they were taking the horse on a 12 hour drive to the vet. The pals claimed that they were taking the the pony from Juarez to Colonia San Bernabe, some 730 miles away. Animal welfare officials reportedly seized the horse and both men are now facing an animal cruelty investigation.
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Pics shows: A full grown, sick horse was squashed into the back passenger seat on its way to the vet; Astonished city cops used their horse sense when they stopped a car on a hunch - and found a fully-grown pony sitting on the back seats. Police in northern Mexico had pulled over the car in Guadalupe, Nuevo Leon, after spotting a strange shape through the rear windscreen. Fearing it might be a body, they forced the white sports coupe - described in local media as a "Camaro" - to stop but could not believe their eyes when they pulled back a blanket for a better look. Underneath was a grey pony with its front and rear legs tied and being kept in place by the car's seat belts. The space was so tight that the pony's head was hanging over the car's front passenger seat. Driver Felipe Monsivais, 30, and his 23-year-old pal Tomas Monsivais told officers that they were taking the horse on a 12 hour drive to the vet. The pals claimed that they were taking the the pony from Juarez to Colonia San Bernabe, some 730 miles away. Animal welfare officials reportedly seized the horse and both men are now facing an animal cruelty investigation.
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