The police comes here after 8, around 8 o’clock. He came in, told me to get dressed, because he had to take me to the police station. I asked, “why?” Tell me, do you have 30 thousand forints? Tell me, do you have 30 thousand? I said no. Well, I didn’t have it. Well, he said, then I have to take you in. Well, then I’ll tell the neighbor, the horse is for sale. Then the policeman said to me, don’t sell the horse to him, I’ll bring a buyer soon. The policeman called him, called him on his own cell phone. On his own, his own cell phone. He called him, and in a good 10 minutes, the buyer was here. Then they came, and for 30 thousand forints, he took up the money, for 30 thousand forints. He sold the horse for 30.500 forints. They took the horse. On that same day, I went back for the horse, they wouldn’t give it. They wouldn’t give it back. How much is the horse worth? Well, a hundred. A hundred? It’s worth a hundred.