We posted a video with Garibaldi yesterday, now we have a story. The same video is below the pictures.
Garibaldi is a military stallion during a routine patrol guarding President Nicolas Sarkozy at the Elysee Palace, shook off his Republican Guard rider and ran away. A LTC Rousseau said that when a horse panics, “it whether stays among the other horses that near it or takes off to its stables”. Garibaldi seemed to choose the second option. He ran on Paris roads along the Seine and was caught 5 kilometers later.
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Recent picture from the Academy Awards. It looks as if it’s an Angelina Jolie’s wax sculpture photographed from the Madame Tussauds’ instead of Angelina herself )
Carla Bruni has topped her husband Nicolas Sarkozy in an international poll of the world's 100 most inspiring and influential people. She took the ninth place when the French President was 10 places behind. The list topped by Barack Obama followed by Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and Madonna.
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