TWENTY revelers in tuxedos and ball gowns are found crammed into a HORSE BOX

Twenty people were discovered by Warwickshire Police hiding in a horse trailer as they drove to a nearby ball in what officers described as “dangerous”.

The Warwickshire Rural Crime Team (WRCT) carried out night checks of trailers and construction equipment on the busy A422 near Banbury on November 19 after a rise in local thefts.

They pulled over a 4×4 with a trailer at 10:45 p.m., expecting to find horses inside – but the woman driving the car informed officers she was not towing animals and was going to a ball instead.

Warwickshire Police slammed the partygoers, saying there could have been “carnage” and the group “did not understand how dangerous the situation was”.

The group were removed from the trailer by police, who said the party got there in time for the ball

The group were removed from the trailer by police, who said the party got there in time for the ball

The group were removed from the trailer by police, who said the party got there in time for the ball

The 39-year-old driver was reported at the scene for various crimes.

The force said on Sunday one of the officers heard “shuffling and knocking” from the trailer and feared a horse had somehow snuck in without the owner’s knowledge.

But they were shocked when instead they crowded 20 black-tie ball-goers onto bales of hay in the small room.

Footage shared by WCRT showed the trailer being opened and police greeting the surprised group.

The official, who seemed unimpressed, told them, “Unfortunately, you all have to walk to the venue.”

One participant asked, “Is it far?”

The officer said, “I don’t know, but it’s better than dying in the back of a trailer tonight.”

The group was helped out of the vehicle, but they didn’t seem to understand the gravity of the situation. One said, “You can’t kill the vermin officer.”

Police told the group they were facing a “very, very, very, very busy road,” to which the group replied, “We would have been safer there than if we had walked.”

The officer told them, ‘Up to the point where someone hits you and you’re dead on the street.’

The group of 20, all dressed in ball gowns and tuxedos, were crammed tightly into the back of the horse box

The group of 20, all dressed in ball gowns and tuxedos, were crammed tightly into the back of the horse box

The group of 20, all dressed in ball gowns and tuxedos, were crammed tightly into the back of the horse box

They didn't seem happy to be told to

They didn't seem happy to be told to

They didn’t seem happy to be told to “go” and claimed they would have been safer in the vehicle

Cops told them walking was

Cops told them walking was

Cops told them walking was “better than dying in the back of a trailer.”

Warwickshire Police said:

Warwickshire Police said:

Warwickshire Police said: “Unfortunately, it appears from comments from those in the caravan that they did not understand how dangerous this situation was.”

The rest of the guests looked rather embarrassed as they left the trailer and one woman apologized to the police as she passed.

A spokesman for the WRCT said today: “Near Upton House and Gardens on the A422, officers spoke to a driver of an SUV who was towing a horsebox.

“First, the driver confirmed that she was not transporting horses or cattle and was indeed heading to a ball nearby.

“Officials then went to the trailer to take the security tag/VIN number so checks could be made.

“While looking at the VIN number, one of the officers heard shuffling and knocking from inside the trailer.

“At first the officer feared that a horse must have crept into the trailer without the knowledge of the driver.

“When the trailer was opened, around 20 ball visitors decided to use the trailer as a kind of transport vehicle for the party before the ball.

“The 39-year-old driver was reported at the scene for multiple offenses while other officers assisted Cinderella in getting safely to the ball with her extensive entourage.

“We can only be thankful that the officers did not have to attend to a very serious traffic accident involving the vehicle and trailer.

“Unfortunately, it is clear from the comments made by the officers in the trailer that they did not understand how dangerous this situation was.

“They had no idea the danger they would be in if there had been an accident and the trailer with them had been thrown off the road. It could have been carnage.”

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Brian Ashcraft

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