• In 2015, a police officer pulled over a horse rider for being under the influence. In response to his detainment, he claimed that
"the horse knows the way home." The sheriff concluded that he could not arrest the man for Driving Under the Influence (DUI).
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    • The horse knows the way home is so powerful
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    • The horse is technically the one driving.
      StJac0b 5 sep
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    • My horses are like that too. I could be asleep and they'd go home
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    • My Uncle Ishbe does this. He rides his horse, Sheriff, to the bar and then rides him backwards so he can sleep all the way home.
      RLR10 5 sep
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    • Fun fact: all self driving cars have horse brains attached directly to the vehicle computer. Tesla developed this technology first. Any car can be self driving but first you need to find a working horse brain.
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    • this happened in louisiana i think
      Israel 4 sep
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    • This is somewhat true he was arrested but the judge ruled if the horse could actually make it home he would be released. When they tested it the horse made it home first try and all charges were dropped
      bam0217 5 sep
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    • In the words of Big Daddy from Django..”Goddammit! This is a raid! I can't see! You can't see! So what? All that matters is can the fuckin' horse see? That's a raid!”
      Nfruits 5 sep
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    • We had a dui case done at my school and in exchange the woman got a lighter sentence and it showed the students how it works, we got to ask the judge/officer questions and dui on a horse was one, and he said that since the horse was able to take over and ignore the rider, it wasn’t a dui
      Katawicz 5 sep
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    • No motor in the horse dude lol
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    • Uhh... this is the only legal thing you can “drive” while under the influence where I’m at
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    • Fuck that revenue generator
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    • So teslas have a auto drive feature right? Wouldn't the same thing apply if the car knew the way home? I gotta see how that would hold up in court
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    • With all this defund the police garbage hopefully at least law enforcement agencies will cut out bullshit like this and focus on actually solving crime.
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    • Imagine being such a pathetic cop you think this was good use of your time
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    • I know a person who got a DUI for riding a horse and another for riding a bicycle. I've been told by a cop that you can get a DUI on a skateboard as well. Reasons why no one trusts the police.
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    • dui requires a motor vehicle
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    • There is a century-old vague law in Oklahoma that makes being intoxicated outside of your house, not property but house, considered public intoxication. This includes being intoxicated in a bar and even in a vehicle where you're the passenger.
      LexxsH 5 sep
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    • There was a guy in my home town with 3 duis. One in a car, one on a lawn mower, and one on a horse.
      uhmitsme 5 sep
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    • Doesn't have a motor.
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    • It’s not a vehicle fucking tardo cop.
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    • A horse needs no gas and has an automatic homing feature
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    • A chick got a DUI in a Barbie Jeep once.
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    • Ah yes. A normal day in the south
      Galyn 5 sep
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    • Ok so he got him on public intoxication, if a cop wants you in jail there isn't much you can do.
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    • Technically it ain’t a motorized vehicle or a machine
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    • Picture not related
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    • “Do you know da whey?”
      Guiltyyy 8 sep
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    • I thought you had to be on wheels to get a DUI, I didn't know riding a horse drunk was reason to slap a DUI on someone
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    • Lol!😂 I mean the horse probably does know the way home
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    • You are riding not driving sooo dui should automatically not exist.
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    • The thing about a horse is that it knows what it's doing.
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    • i mean he wasnt driving shit so that whole stop was bs
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    • True
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    • To bad its still a DUI in most states and countys.
      derkAxe 5 sep
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    • DUI non motor vehicle exists (such as other things like lawn mowers, tractors, etc)
      DetOmega 5 sep
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    • On the flip side in my area: 3 amish guys on rumspringer(?) Arguing drunk over who was driving the carriage. They yanked on the reigns so bad the horse got pulled to the ditch and went down breaking a leg in the process and had to be put down. They all got charged with dui, and animal cruelty
      shildot 11 sep
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    • Cool an all but who the black nigga in the corner
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    • Yeah unlike most cars you can't tell them where to go to take you there, thats an advantage of riding by horse.
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    • Yeah this is scary how?
      Leafeon 8 sep
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    • What is that in the bottom right
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    • That’s a good ass cop!
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    • This is likely the excuse people will give when Self~Driving cars come out.
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    • Also because the horse has no engine
      RuneFoot 8 sep
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    • Self driving horse
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    • THAT'S WHAT DUI MEANS!!?!
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    • You forgot the best part the cop followed the horse to make sure or else he would arrest the guy and sure enough without any help from the man the horse made it home and went into the stable after dropping the guy off
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    • How is that even driving
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    • Can you be arrested for riding a autonomous Tesla while you’re drunk out your gourd
      Tankari 7 sep
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    • Lets all get ficked up and ride horses to fuck with the police
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    • Anyone ever see somebody plow a horse into a tree? Nope
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    • You can get a dui for that in some places
      94_FBody 7 sep
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    • My great grandfather got a DUI equivalent for being passed out drunk on his horse as it was walking home
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    • fuck pigs pulled over a horse.... ya no youre doin great boot boy maybe arrest my grandma next
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    • Less paper work
      yeetyot 7 sep
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    • He pulled over a man on a horse like that’s gonna cause an accident
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    • Ggayy
      Drymouth 7 sep
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    • "The horse always knows where it is, it knows where it is because it knows where it isn't. It subtracts where the horse isn't, from where the horse is annnnnd I think you get the idea lol
      Neonic 7 sep
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    • Nice
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    • DONT DRINK AND HORSE
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    • If they did were would the breath alizer go to make it start
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    • This will be the new thing “the horse, and the horse alone...knows the way home”
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    • I’m buying a horse
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    • All fun and games til the drunk father rides his daughter’s cute little pony on the highway and gets them both nooned. True story.
      Tyris620 6 sep
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    • I thought the horse’s name was going to be under the influence.
      Max_8 6 sep
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    • When my brother got a dui and went to the class there was someone there who got a dui on a horse
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    • Bottom right
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    • But was the horse’s name Friday?
      orag 6 sep
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    • If the horse knows the way home then the horse knows the way home.
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    • #publicintoxication
      Rob1994 6 sep
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    • You don’t drive a horse, you ride it
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    • Legally you are the driver
      karili 6 sep
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    • I think self driving cars should be measured against a horses intelligence
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    • My grandpa did that in WV, still got the DUI though
      Alevas 6 sep
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    • I live near an amish community and I see guys in carriages with pint glasses in their hands all hours of the day.
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    • Same thing happened in Austin Texas. He got the dwi though. Bullshit.
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    • Yee-fucking-yee boys.
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    • Does this mean, in the future, people will use self driving cars the same way? They'll be drunk but the car knows the way home. And what would cops be able to do to stop them?
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    • Is no one gonna mention the bottom right?
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    • I would’ve argued I’m not operating a motor vehicle or heave machinery. That the animal does, have a mind of its own, and it is no worse than a friend carrying me home.
      itsCai 6 sep
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    • ‘‘Tis true. In my state you can get a dui riding a horse whilst drunk. I have always said it doesn’t count if the horse is sober.
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    • I’m not driving I’m traveling
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    • Guy in my town got arrested for dui on a horse and his lawyer got him off the charge because technically a dui was classified as driving something "mechanical." Idk specifics, just that he didn't get charged because a horse wasn't a piece of machinery. Lol
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    • Fucking cops
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    • I imagine they get home and the horse tucks him into bed like a parent with their asleep child.
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    • PI
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    • The first self driving cars weren’t cars at all...they were horses
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    • I thought they picked him up and the lawyers defense was the horse was driving
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    • The OG self driving vehicle.
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    • Wasn't this shown on LIVE PD?
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    • For a juggalo named IScare he really don't be posting scary shit
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    • Technically he’s still at harm to himself in public
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    • Just tell the officer you’ve got lumbago
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    • So are self driving cars going to be fine for drunks under the same principle?
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    • Oh i get it now, the horse’s name was Friday
      Raffle 6 sep
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    • You can get a DUI on a horse I know people who have
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