Woman steals horse to rob shop of beer

10th July, 2014 by Lauren Eads

A drunk women stole a horse before riding it to a shop to steal beer.

the-horse-290907_640Christine Saunders, 45, of Alabama, stole the horse on Saturday from outside a property in Fyffe, DeKalb County, as reported by the Gadsden Times.

The bizarre incident saw Saunders ride the horse to a nearby store where she tied it up outside and entered the store before stealing a pack of beer.

Police officers found three cans of Keystone Light beer in a Walmart bag tied to the horse’s saddle.

Saunders was later arrested and charged with public intoxication and illegal possession of a prohibited beverage.

The horse was returned to its owner, who has decided not to press charges.

 

 

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