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SOURCE: Irish Mirror
Picture: Horse kept on balcony so it is not stolen by thieves
by Edward Roberts
This horse ended up spending the afternoon on a balcony after a man determined it was the safest place to be.
Wacky Borys Kozlowski had borrowed the stallion, called Dolina, from a friend and was worried that he would be targeted by thieves if not stored properly.
The 48-year-old from Grajewo, Poland then made the conscious decision to keep the animal on the elevated terrace until his owner returned.
It wasn’t long before he’d caught the attention of passers-by who were shocked to see the horse on the perch.
Borys explained that he concocted the plan after borrowing the bronco to mow overgrown grass.
He explained: “I didn’t want anybody to steal the horse. It did a great job on the lawn, and I wouldn’t leave the lawnmower lying around either.”
When he finally got around to trimming the green he discovered that the lawnmower had given up the ghost.
He said: “I saw a pal of mine while I was trying to fix it, and he told me I should forget the lawnmower and power up his horse, Dolina.
“I thought it seemed like a good idea, and as the horse was only a short way away anyway. We went and fetched it and then he left me with the horse tethered in the garden eating the grass. As well as short grass, I got some fertiliser as well.
“Afterwards he hadn’t come back and I didn’t want anyone to pinch the animal, so I took it up stairs and through my flat and left on the balcony.”
Passerby Jacek Cimoch said: “I was walking down the street when I noticed a horse standing on the balcony.
“I took out my phone and took a photo and put it on Facebook.”
The horse owner Jakob Pancesky collected the animal a short while later, and said: “He is a bit of a character. He has never been frightened of anything in his life – you can fire a starting pistol next to him and he would only turn and look at you.
“I guess a flight of steps was no big deal to him.”
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