Why did the police horse catch the bus?
Detectives have ruled out foal play.
'Hay mate, does this service go to Epsom?' Photos: Simon Crowcroft/PA Wire
Passers-by were woah-ed by the sight of a police horse who looked like he was about to get on a double-decker yesterday.
But it wasn’t an austerity-driven method for replacing a Met horse box - the cheeky animal was just being helpful.
Invictor was nosing around as an ambulance attended the number 43 bus in Upper Street in Islington, north London, after a passenger collapsed.
He didn’t stay on the bus fur-long, but a force spokesman said he was simply “showing he’s a team player” as he accompanied PC Dan Smith to the scene.
A London Ambulance spokesman said: "We were called at 11.18am to reports of an unwell person on Upper Street.
"We sent an ambulance. We treated a man at the scene but did not take anyone to hospital."
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