Drunk Man Slaps NYPD Horse

NYPD horse

An intoxicated man named Victor Flores, allegedly slapped an NYPD horse on the rear in Times Square at West 47th and Seventh Avenue around 9:30 pm. The horse was spooked, and almosted tossed the officer riding on him.

Authorities say the horse could have tossed Officer Jabez Kong off his back and into oncoming traffic or into the crowded street.

Flores was charged with disorderly conduct, reckless endangerment, and drug possession after police found a bag of cocaine on him.

Flores told cops, “I don’t get it, tourists pet the horses all the time. I don’t get why I am in trouble for this. I was just saying hello.”

He also said, “I’m really sorry officer. I was drunk. I didn’t hurt the horse. I was petting him.”

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