Norfolk traffic brought to standstill by escaped horses
Escaped horses brought a busy A-road to a standstill before police rounded them up.
Seventeen horses broke loose from a field next to the A47 in Norfolk at about 18:30 BST, causing traffic to stop.
Norfolk police officers herded the escapees into another nearby field on the Acle Straight between Norwich and Great Yarmouth.
The road was re-opened just over an hour later.
Many drivers stuck in queues posted pictures of the horses as they wandered between the stationary traffic.
Norfolk and Suffolk Roads Policing Team was assisted by Great Yarmouth Police and a member of the regional police dogs team, though no dogs were involved.
The roads team thanked them on Twitter with the hashtag #thehorsewhisperer.