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VIENNA (AP) ? A tiny pony is back at its Austrian circus home more than a week after apparently being kidnapped by a woman who wanted to give her sick daughter a Christmas surprise.

Fridolin the pony, who is only about 2 feet (60 centimeters) tall, went missing from the Vienna Christmas Circus early last week. He was found near a Vienna bus stop Wednesday.

Circus director Adolf Lauenburger told the Austria Press Agency Thursday that a woman called the circus and told officials where to find the pony. She said her daughter wanted a circus pony and she'd taken him to fulfill the girl?s wishes for Christmas ? but decided she couldn?t keep the animal.

Lauenburger wasn?t able to identify the woman. Police were looking into the matter.

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People that dumb need to be locked up somewhere to keep them from harming innocent horses.

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People that dumb need to be locked up somewhere to keep them from harming innocent horses.

on positive note, at least she wasn't into making her own glue ;)

Cause that would be a sticky situation

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If it was for her sick daughter and she didn't have the means, then I don't blame her for stealing it. Even if misguided that seemed like good intentions. Times are hard and at least she had the decency of returning it. So I can't fault her at all really.

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