Horse Breaks Into Theater
January 6 | Hmmm...No Comments Yet
Today’s story is simple, really. It’s about a horse looking to catch the latest movie release of Batman, and then undoubtedly sneaking into the re-screening of National Velvet.
Let’s face it, watching a movie in a stall can’t be compared to watching it in a theater. It makes spending five times what you normally would on a large bag of oats worth it. That, plus the stadium seating make it a worthy night out on the town, even if you don’t have a mare to share it with.
The Metro has all the details on this story.
The animal unwittingly became the star attraction after it was scared into the Cineworld complex by a child.
‘It was wandering around outside and a little girl frightened it by blowing a raspberry at it,’ said an onlooker.
‘The horse noticed the cinema and headed towards us. When it got close, the automatic doors opened and in it came.’
‘It was a bit of a surprise – the public don’t expect to see a horse in the middle of a cinema foyer,’ added the witness.
There were no reports of injuries – to man or beast – and the horse was safely captured after galloping off into the sunset along the A19.
The last time the cinema had such a scare was at the premiere of The Hottie and the Nottie.
Of course it wasn’t an equestrian threat, but rather just an old fashioned bomb scare.