During the Queen’s University homecoming in Kingston, Ontario, there is a video that shows a blonde woman running up to a police horse and slapping it on the rear, but we bet this wasn’t the reply she expected.
With one leg the horse kicks her causing her to fall face first on the ground. Another strnagre runs to help her, but he woman gets up off the ground and runs away while holding her hand over her face.
According to VICE, Three people were arrested and charged for the same incident during the homecoming festivities, but police didn’t confirm whether the woman in the video is facing charges.
“Disappointing news from #QueensHomecoming. Our new horse, Murney, was slapped 3X tonight. No injuries. 2 men & 1 woman charged criminally,” the Kingston Police Department tweeted with a photo of the horse.
The department also added that Murney responded well to the slaps.
“Police horse, Murney, still in training. Startled by slaps but kept her restraint,” one tweet read.
Slapping a police horse is illegal and if found guilty, the suspects could serve up to five years in prison.