Wednesday, March 23, 2011

What's Wrong With That Picture? (Photo) Horse at a Beach

Let me explain.  This horse is safe and sound from predators.  It is on a beach in Okinawa, Japan. 

There's been some confusion, in the past, when I ask "What's Wrong With That Picture".  I don't want to know what's wrong with my photo.  I want to know what's wrong with the picture (you may have to use some imagination) in the TRUE STORY I'm about to give you.

Today's What's Wrong With That Picture comes from South Carolina, USA and it happened somewhere in the vicinity of Myrtle Beach.  It also, involves a horse.

This guy will probably never get hired-on by the mounted police department of any country in the world.  He only mounts one horse and it's not the way most policemen would go about it.

Twice, this individual has pleaded guilty to mounting a horse for something the courts call buggery, once in 2007 then again (with the same horse) in 2009. 

There's a photo of this character provided by the Horry County Detention Center so, if you see him sneaking around your stables (because some genius turned him loose),  LOCK THE DOORS AND CALL THE POLICE !

Now, I don't want to know what's wrong with the picture the Horry County people gave us either.

What I'd like, is for you to read this CRIME AND JUSTICE story in the Charleston Observer and think about it for a minute or two.  Then, tell me, WHAT'S WRONG WITH THAT PICTURE ?


Ryan said...

I've heard it all now, what's right with that picture!!! They should line this sicko up and let all the horses kick his dirty arse into next week.

RyukyuMike said...

Well, I heard that the 80 sum-year-old gal who made the citizen's arrest had a double barrel 12 gauge shotgun. She didn't call the police for a few hours. No tellin' what may have happened to the fool while she was awaitin.
So, anyway, I got to thinkin, with a restraining order out on the poor guy on parole, he may stay away from his Sugar Horsey if he decides to become an upright citizen.
But, if I lived anywhere within, maybe 100 miles, or so, of this repeat horse offender, I'd probably keep a close eye on the barn.
Then, there's chickens, cows, pigs and the family pets ya might have to be concerned about, too.
Ya never know.
Even got me startin to wonder what, if any, qualifications ya need to become a Judge back in those parts. Ya know?