Sure, there are a million questions to be asked after reading this story, but it is not our job to answer those questions. Our favorite is the last line of this one:
Horse in bank leaves deposit
April 25, 2007 - 7:24AM
An early-morning German bank customer had a bit of a shock when he found a horse in line at the automatic teller machine in front of him.
The horse's owner, identified only as Wolfgang H, had too much to drink the night before and decided to sleep it off inside the bank's heated foyer, police said.
The 40-year-old machinist told the Bild newspaper he had had "a few beers" with a friend in Wiesenburg, southwest of Berlin, and decided to rest in the bank on his way home.
"It was late, it was already dark and cold," he was quoted as saying.
Confronted with the lack of a hitching-post, he brought the 6-year-old horse, named Sammy, in with him.
When a customer came across the horse and sleeping rider in the early hours of the morning, he called police, who came and awoke the owner and sent him on his way.
No charges were filed, but a clean-up might be needed. Apparently Sammy made his own after-hours deposit on the carpet.