You’ll probably get turned away from your local drive-thru riding on your horse.
But it’s not a problem at this corner store (or dairy, as they like to call it), located in Opotiki, a small town on New Zealand’s North Island. Well, if you can both fit in the store, obviously.
Here a little girl, 3-year-old Paris Smith, rides on her pony through the Tirohanga Beach Store to pick up some candy, in a video posted on the shop’s Facebook page on Friday.
“Look, only in Opotiki,” a man can be heard saying on camera.
Riding through the store is apparently a long-running tradition, owner Ray Williams told the New Zealand Herald.
“They used to allow people to ride their bikes into the store, their husband used to do it as well,” he told the newspaper. “We’re fairly remote down here so we are looking for any kind of entertainment.”
Now that’s what we call convenience.