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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newsvideo/weirdnewsvideo/7979941/CCTV-of-woman-riding-her-horse-into-a-pub.html
CCTV of woman riding her horse into a pub
More than 100 travellers descended on the Cross Keys pub in Erith, Kent, on August 15, and five rode their horses through the bar doors.
Police licencing officer PC Eddy Boston showed CCTV evidence of a female gipsy riding her horse into the pub at an earlier incident in June, saying it had become a "regular occurrence".
He said that there had been reports of horses being ridden into the pub in April, June and July and that in August five horses were ridden in as the travellers congregated at the pub.
He told Bexley Council's licensing sub-committee - which decides whether pubs keep their licences - that the travellers had also caused chaos on the roads outside the pub by racing ponies and traps along the High Street.
The council committee decided to revoke the licence from landlord Derek McKenzie.

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