Moment Two Rabbits Were Interrupted Having Sex During Horse Race

This is the hilarious moment two rabbits/hares (let's not be pedantic) were caught doing the dirty in the middle of a horse racing track. Well that's it, we've seen it all now.

The lucky bunnies were able to stop their steamy sesh before they were trampled on by a stampede of horses. Hopefully it was only a brief interruption and they were able to get back to business as soon as practicable.

The pair got caught up in the 6:45pm horse race at Dundalk in Ireland just as the gee-gees were reaching the closing stages of the race.

And when viewers noticed the lovemaking couple, they were definitely focusing their attention more on the rabbits' performance than the actual horses.

The fluffy rabbits scarpered away. Credit: Racing TV
The fluffy rabbits scarpered away. Credit: Racing TV

When they made their quick escape from the oncoming horses, spectators could see the rabbits scarpering behind chasing each other - hopefully to a safer spot. Cute.

And, for anyone that gives a shit, the race was won by Sky Seven, who was ridden by Ronan Whelan.

Colin Keane, who rode the runner-up, told the Racing Post: "I was coming inside the final furlong, hoping my lad was coming to win his race, and then he started pricking his ears and I didn't know what he was at.

"Then, out of the corner of my eye, I spotted something. I thought it was a cat to be honest with you. Invasion Day definitely spotted them before I did!"

The lovebirds chased each other to safety. Credit: Racing TV
The lovebirds chased each other to safety. Credit: Racing TV

People have taken to social media to comment on the event, with one person dubbing it the 'worst date ever'.

Another said: "These two rabbits have obviously taken note of the 'free will' statements from the BHA and hence have decided that they'll do it wherever they want!"

Someone else added: "Could not believe it when I was watching very funny Hare today gone tomorrow obviously earnt a few bucks have a great day be lucky and above all be safe."

Featured Image Credit: Racing TV

Rebecca Shepherd

Rebecca Shepherd is a Journalist at LADbible. She graduated from the University of Central Lancashire with a First Class BA in Journalism. Becky previously worked as Chief Reporter at Cavendish Press, supplying news and feature stories to national newspapers and women's magazines.

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