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WINDSOR, ENGLAND - APRIL 16: In this previously unreleased image, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh's driving carriage and his two Fell ponies, Balmoral Nevis and Notlaw Storm, are seen at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England. The Duke's love of carriage-driving is to be a central feature of his funeral on Saturday when the carriage and ponies will be present with two of his grooms in the Quadrangle of Windsor Castle during the procession. The four wheeled carriage was designed by The Duke of Edinburgh eight years ago. Notlaw Storm and Balmoral Nevis, born in 2008 are both Fell ponies, an endangered breed. Balmoral Nevis was bred by The Queen. The Duke of Edinburgh's funeral will be held at Windsor Castle on Saturday, April 17, following his death at the age of 99 on April 10. (Photo by Steve Parsons - WPA Pool/Getty Images)

A man in Ohio led police on a slow-speed chase in Ashtabula County, Ohio. The police followed behind the horse and buggy and followed it as it entered the freeway, the wrong way. Finally the cops cut in front of the house to stop it. The horse tried to ram the deputy’s car, causing the man in the buggy to fall out. He was drunk and passed out.

The man was given a breathalyzer test and registered a .063%. He was taken in for driving under the influence. Yes, you can’t drive a horse and buggy while intoxicated either!

We have more on this story and other weird and wacky stories in today’s Other News!