A bystander just caught a bike thief the easy way: on horseback, with a lasso.

A bystander just caught a bike thief the easy way: on horseback, with a lasso.
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A man in Eagle Point, Oregon, caught an alleged bike thief on Friday morning the easy way: by lassoing him while on horseback. According to KTVL, a man "attempted to steal a mountain bicycle outside of a local Walmart store when people in the parking lot began shouting and calling attention to the theft." That's when Robert Borba, who was for some reason hanging out in a Walmart parking lot with a horse and lasso, chased the alleged thief down.

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Yup, everything looks normal here.

KTVL also reported that after the arrest, Borba said to an officer, "Can I have my rope back? I've gotta go," which makes you wonder how much cowboy ropes cost. (Apparently they go for anywhere from $20 to $120+, if you were curious.)

If you want to read more about this story, you can find further information in one of your mom's Harlequin romance novels, probably titled something like Asphalt Cowboy.

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