A horse has news for the kick-off of an Austrian Federal Railways train with its owner.
All aboard the pony express!
While a man is an attempt to bring his horse on board of an Austrian train ultimately failed, the stupid stunt made for some great photos.
Earlier this week, a man identified as Benni and his horse, Frieda, allegedly tried to board two trains in the city Styer with no luck, The Daily Mail reported.
#mademyday (nicht selbst fotografiert) pic.twitter.com/2UAagITF7o
— Irene Czermak (@ICCzermak) 22 August 2018
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According to the outlet, officials for the first train on the Bad Mitterndorf station refused to let go of the man and the beast on board, while the driver of the second train would not leave the station until the pair were out of the locomotive.
Although the heist was a flop, passengers who witnessed the unusual scene, found the situation hilarious, and shared images of the encounter on Twitter.
Wir glauben uns tritt ein Pf… WAIT, WHAT??!? #WTF https://t.co/e0gtRrCXK7
— ÖBB (@unsereOEBB) 22 August 2018
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“We hope that this remains a one-off,” Austrian Federal Railways spokeswoman Julianne Pamme said of the play, as per the Straits Times, and added that horses can be dangerous on board in the event of an emergency.
Janine Puhak is an editor for Fox News Lifestyle. Follow her on Twitter via @JaninePuhak