BMW vs horse

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The Chinese name for a BMW is "Baoma", which means precious horse. In Nanchang, Jiangxi province, a "precious horse" was kicked by a real horse, but the victim had to take full responsibility, reported on Thursday.

The BMW owner is arguing with the horse owner. [Photo/]

The BMW owner is arguing with the horse owner. [Photo/] 

A BMW was turning a corner on Tuesday when a man led his horse to cross the road. As the driver was eager to make headway amid the rush hour traffic, he blasted his horn, which unexpectedly startled the horse. The creature then kicked the car and caused slight damage to the vehicle.

The BMW driver demanded compensation but traffic police said he should take full responsibility as cars should avoid blocking pedestrians' way and no honking is allowed in Nanchang.

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