What constitutes good form? How about curiosity? These are some the questions being asked in light of recent photos depicting a naked 21 year old girl who decided on the spur of the moment to completely disrobe and climb inside a recently slaughtered horse and have her boyfriend take pictures while the horse’s innards layed disgorged on the ground.
The pictures (purposefully blurred for public consumption) depict the as of yet un named petite woman soaked from head to toe in the horses blood as she blissfully poses from within the horse’s carcass.
Asked what prompted her the girl responded she wanted to be at one with the horse. In one picture she is seen holding the horse’s heart as if she were about to take a bite out of it. Upon further questioning the young woman held there was nothing religious in her intent and that she had never meant to offend anyone, and that she had been spurred by the moment.
In case you think the woman’s actions are illegal, nothing in the law books states that climbing inside a dead horse is actually illegal. Although one would be hard pressed to find a case where this is happened before, unless of course you are an avid reader of mythical books or have a very vivid imagination. Of course this author would be curious to gauge animal rights activists reaction’s to the stunt. It might interest readers to know since the photos came out the young girl has received death threats across the country.
The horse itself was 32 years old and had been put down due to medical reasons and was later used for human consumption.
Reflected the girl’s mother – ‘it was the sweetest horse I ever tasted.’ Asked to comment on her daughter’s actions, she countered a simple ‘oh my gosh.’
Such it seems are the unique actions of young girls caught up in the moment. After all why fly on a magic horse when you can sit all the way inside it?