A worker at Parx Racing, a Thoroughbred racetrack in Pennsylvania, was carrying two buckets of water when a horse and trainer approached from the opposite direction.
The worker moved to his right to let them pass, walking around an orange cone in front of one of the stables. That’s when another horse lunged from its stall and knocked him to the ground, spilling the water.
The wet and humiliated worker decided to retaliate by throwing the remaining water at the animal. As it turns out, the cone was there to warn people that the horse in the stall may have a tendency to bite. Both the horse and the man were uninjured.