Horse Named Rocco Casually Rides a Car to Get Ice Cream at McDonald's Drive-Thru | "He Is Excited for His Ice Cream"
Horse riding is not unknown to us, but have you ever come across a horse taking a ride? Spotting people from various walks of life at a McDonald’s drive-thru is not a surprising thing to witness. Be it a bunch of old folks or young clubbers, we've seen them all. However, today we have something for you that might make you wonder if you’re high or hallucinating.
People were taken aback by a video that surfaced on the internet when they saw an excited horse in the backseat of a car, headed for a treat to the McDonald's drive-thru.
Who doesn't love an ice cream treat? But this bizarre sight left the town talking about this cool horse who was loving the car ride for ice cream. The video was reportedly shot in Australia’s New South Wales by a woman named Donna Bevan who wanted to capture the sight she could hardly believe was true.
The video shows a young horse waiting with its head sticking out of a car. Bevan couldn’t understand whether she was hallucinating BoJack Horse having the time of his life resting in the car or actually seeing a horse taking a car ride.
Unable to contain her confusion she is heard asking, "Is that a horse in your car?" The woman driving the young horse jovially replies: "He's excited about his ice cream." The horse appears to nod in affirmation as his car drives by the toll. Later as he adjusts himself back into the car, Bevan pauses to have a closer look and exclaims, "Oh my god." The horse-lady introduces the horse to her. "That’s Rocco," she says as she recognized the confusion on Bevan's face.
The video would make anyone question their senses, given that it is not a very usual sight. The incident reportedly took place in Tuggerah, a suburb around 90 km from Sydney. The clip, shared by ABC News on Instagram was captioned: "A person waiting for their order at a drive-thru got some unexpected company—a small horse waiting patiently in the backseat of a car."
Social media users were equally surprised at the sight of Rocco riding the car. One commented: "Wonder what he's going to do when they tell him the ice cream machine is broken," hinting at the curiosity to know how the happy horse would react in his disappointment. Another wrote, "Horses are so smart I believe they understand us so much he really nodded and was like yeah!"
We love the idea of giving the pet horse a ride because why should other pets have all the fun?