A passenger at Belfast International Airport has spoken of his surprise after the sudden arrival of a group of unattended horses.
The PSNI had closed the Ballyrobin Road near the airport around 5.30pm, with reports of a number of horses loose on the carriageway.
One report suggested one of the animals had been hurt in a collision.
Officers worked to clear the road as quickly as possible, with an update issued just after 7pm to say the matter was resolved.
The horses could be seen trotting over a road not far from the airport entrance.
The unusual sight was captured earlier on camera by one surprised passenger.
In a second video on Twitter, the horses could be seen trotting outside the Maldron Hotel, near the airport entrance.
Posting the clip of the animals on Twitter, he said: “Waiting for the bus at Belfast Airport, but considering other forms of transport.”
Waiting for the bus at Belfast Airport, but considering other forms of transport… pic.twitter.com/LPkhRfdaJ3— Tim Reid (@blamelewis) January 11, 2022
The Ballyrobin Road near Belfast International Airport has been closed in both directions due to a number of horses loose on the carriageway. Officers are working to clear the road as quickly as possible but motorists are being advised of delays.— NI Road Policing and Safety (@NIRoadPolicing) January 11, 2022