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Police in Ohio had quite a remarkable meeting with two Amish men at the weekend, travel in their buggy to discover it was a set-up with a huge stereo system.
Deputies stopped the buggy at about 1 a.m. Sunday and found a 12-pack of Michelob Ultra on the top of the vehicle, which has a number of open bottles in it, according to WKBN. The men, who come from a community that is largely shying away from the alcohol, and the latest technology– bailed out of the stroller so fast that the horse will continue to draw out the empty coach along the way.
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“I’ve never used it in an Amish buggy with a horse in it, but I’m told that the horse knows the way home, regardless of whether [or] that the operator is awake or even in the buggy, and the horse went a little bit further down the road, and on to an oil or gas well, a road and stopped,” Trumbull County, Chief Deputy Joe Dragovich, told Fox 8.
Deputies towed the buggy up and down and found someone to take care of the horse until the owners come forward.
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A rite of passage known as Rumspringa, the young members of the Amish community and are allowed to experiment with the influences of the outside world, however, it should be CLEAR the laws are still applicable. “Unfortunately, they are not licensed as far as the buggy goes, but it’s a car, it is in the arena, and nokia’s OVI laws do not apply. You are not allowed to drink and drive, or use a stroller,” Dragovich said.
As soon as the authorities identify the two men, they can be charged with failure to comply with the deputy’s commands.
“Maybe it’s just the fear of the consequences, and that it would be a reality check for them, and that there will be consequences, but I will encourage them to come forward and have their buggy-horse,” said Dragovich.
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The Amish are a Christian community and are known for simple living and plain dress. As of this year, there are about 336,235 the Amish living in the united states, Around 76,000 of those living in Ohio, according to the Amish studies, the organisation of The Young Center. Only Pennsylvania has a larger Amish population.