A man in Chicago has been arrested for riding a horse on a busy highway this week, causing a rush hour traffic jam.
An aerial video of the incident showed a man dressed as a cowboy being escorted by motorcycles, and followed by police from behind.
He was led off in handcuffs after around 13 kilometers of horseback riding.
The 33-year-old says he had aimed to raise awareness of children's exposure to gun violence.
He is reportedly facing multiple charges, including reckless conduct, disobeying police, and criminal trespass on the expressway.
The police said in a statement that it's "dangerous" and "illegal" for pedestrians to access highways in such a manner.