A BIZARRE video from the Jubilee weekend shows a man being knocked off a horse he rode into a pub, sending him - and another punter's pint - flying.

The hapless jockey rode into The Angel Inn, Burnley, on the back of a horse being led into the public house on Thursday, June 2.

However as he entered the pub he hit his head on the first door beam before being sent flying by the inner door's frame as the horse trotted inside.

As he tumbled from the back of the horse - which was adorned with a Union Flag as part of the long-weekend's Platinum Jubilee celebrations - he crashed into another pubgoer stood at the bar, leading to him spilling his pint everywhere.

An onlooker, who filmed the bemusing moment, said: "We were all having a good time, having a drink and a laugh and celebrating the Jubilee.

"This lad comes in holding his horse with a rope and another man on the back of it, riding it into the pub!

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"He whacked his head on the top of the door frame, stumbled backwards and fell into this other man who, at the time, had a pint in his hand.

"He knocked it all over him, covering him in beer! Everyone in the pub was laughing and the horse was at the bar ordering a beer - well, that's what it looked like!"

Shortly after the video ended, staff at the Accrington Road boozer told the men to remove the horse from the pub, which was kitted out with Union Flags and bunting marking the Queen's historic 70th anniversary on the throne.

The man added: "After the video ended, the bar staff told him to take the horse out and we just carried on with our day.

''Not every day you see a horse come into a pub!"

It's not the first time a horse has been spotted in a Burnley pub, after a nag stopped off at The Princess Royal in the town in 2016.