A three-year-old Shetland pony named “Alfie” had a loneliness problem.
His owner, Sharon Sutherland said that the little pony started accompanying her to the pub three months ago after he started squealing when he was left alone in his pen.
Almost every day, he makes his way to the village pub in Woodmansterne, Surrey, England for a glass of Guinness and cheese crisps.
“He hates being alone so, if I go to the pub, he has to come, too,” Sutherland said.
‘There was a sign saying dogs weren’t allowed in, but it didn’t mention ponies,’ she said.
And though patrons at the pub were a bit surprised to see a horse in the place, he is now a welcome customer.
Landlord Matthew Lowe said: ‘I was a bit surprised but he’s a lovely horse and doesn’t cause any problems.’
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