BUSTED, CALIFORNIA ASS SPANKING POLICE HORSE
Florida continues to deliver the best news. A brilliant man is facing a felony charge after he thought it was a good idea to slap the flank of a police horse. The 29-year-old Casey Martin Waldner, from San Diego, slapping the rear of a horse with a police officer mounted. The startled horse nearly reared from shock and spun around, which could have resulted in serious injury to the horse, the officer or anyone standing nearby. It’s a case of an ass spanking a police horse.
LATE NIGHT IDIOCY, BOOZE, DRUGS?
It was late, late evening in Orlando’s vibrant nightlife. At about 2:30 am Casey was walking near Washington Street. Mounted Orlando police observed Casey walk around the police horse Izzy, with Officer Warren mounted. For some reason Casey then slapped Izzy’s rear flank causing the horse to startle and spin frantically around. No one needs to be an expert equestrian to know not to do that. In fact, most people know just from watching TV or movies, that slapping a horse’s rear is the simplest way to scare a horse.
IDIOT FLEES POLICE, LATER CAUGHT POSSESSING COCAINE, FELONY CHARGE
The two mounted officers then attempted to speak to the idiot Casey and approached him. To make matters worse, Casey then fled the officers from the scene on foot. But annoying officers is never a good idea. He was spotted and apprehended before long, later in the morning as he was leaving a parking lot nearby. Confirming Casey’s idiocy, police discover a bag of cocaine during the arrest. The ass spanking a police horse clearly needed an ass spanking.
VETERAN POLICE HORSE, OTHERS UNINJURED
Izzy the police horse is 13 years old and has been a police horse for the last five years. She’s a real veteran. Her experience is likely responsible for no one having any injuries from the scare, especially Izzy herself.
Waldner, the police horse-spank happy chick, has been arrested for being an ass among horses, charged with a felony count of injuring a horse, resisting arrest without violence as well as cocaine possession. Booked into Orange County Jail with a modest bond of $1,250.