A horse enters an elevator … luxury Tel Aviv apt. building
Heard the joke about the horse entering an elevator? The Israeli police didn’t find it too funny when it happened in a luxury apartment building in Tel Aviv.
Security camera footage showing two people bringing the horse into the building and then into the elevator prompted two arrests on Wednesday, after footage of the incident was widely shared on social media.
We see the horse being driven to the elevator by one of the men, and the door closes behind them; the horse and the man come out.
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âI came to visit a friend. I didn’t think it would be a problem to bring a horse into the building, âthe horse’s owner told police investigators, according to Channel 12.
âNowhere is it written that it is forbidden to bring a horse,â he added. âI couldn’t leave him outside. It is an expensive horse and it would have been stolen from me.
The network said the two were arrested after a resident of the building saw security video and contacted police.
One of the men was released under restrictive conditions, while the second remains in detention on suspicion of violating house arrest in an unrelated case.
Police are investigating whether the horse was injured in the incident and have asked Tel Aviv Municipality vets to look into the matter.
– ynet ×¢×××× × (@ynetalerts) April 27, 2021