Two horses tied to the rear of a trailer at Melbourne Freeway

Drivers are horrified after spotting two horses tied to the back of a trailer – but there was an innocent statement

  • Michelle Pimpani rode Anzac Day on Citylink Freeway in Melbourne
  • The driver was shocked when she saw a horse and a pony tied to a trailer
  • Victoria Police investigated the incident and confirmed that the horses were not real

Drivers were angry after spotting a horse and a pony tied to the back of a trailer on a Melbourne Freeway on Anzac Day.

Michelle Pimpani was driving on the Citylink Freeway when she saw the animals standing on a trailer and stuck to an ute.

The shocked driver shared a picture of the horses on Facebook and claimed that she had seen them try to move their legs.

Michelle Pimpani rode the Citylink Freeway when she saw the animals that were on the trailer and were attached to an ute (photo)

Michelle Pimpani rode the Citylink Freeway when she saw the animals that were on the trailer and were attached to an ute (photo)

The shocked driver shared a picture of the horses on Facebook and claimed that she had seen them try to move their legs (photo)

The shocked driver shared a picture of the horses on Facebook and claimed that she had seen them try to move their legs (photo)

The shocked driver shared a picture of the horses on Facebook and claimed that she had seen them try to move their legs (photo)

However, the driver eventually discovered that the horses were not real.

The images were transported for an ANZAC ceremony.

& # 39; Frankly, I think everyone panicked, & # 39; Pimpani said to 7NEWS.

& # 39; They were so tight and the bigger ones had ropes tied to his legs. & # 39;

She said other drivers were squeaking their horns at the ute, which continued on the 80 km / h road.

A Victoria Police spokesperson told Daily Mail Australia: & # 39; Police received reports after a driver in North Melbourne saw two unprotected horses on the back of a trailer this morning. & # 39;

& # 39; Researchers were told that the tool could be seen around 8:30 am with dragging the trailer and horses on Citylink. & # 39;

& # 39; Fawkner Highway Patrol staff have asked a number of questions and determined that the horses are not real horses and are being transported for an ANZAC ceremony & # 39 ;, said the spokesperson.

Victoria Police examined and confirmed the horses were statues transported to an ANZAC ceremony (pictured)

Victoria Police examined and confirmed the horses were statues transported to an ANZAC ceremony (pictured)

Victoria Police examined and confirmed the horses were statues transported to an ANZAC ceremony (pictured)

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