Last Updated on March 5, 2020
In March 2018, a small female dog was found dead at a migrant camp covered by a blanket in Skaramagka, in Western Athens.
A Greek animal welfare group, whose staff were taking care of stray dogs near the migrant camp, found the dead canine before filing the report with the Perama police department in Athens, according to Voice of Europe.
When the dog was discovered, her genitals showed clear signs of brutally sustained trauma.
The dog was then transferred to the Stray Animal Care Interdisciplinary Center of Athens to ascertain the cause of death.
Zoosos, a Greek animal welfare site, later reported that the Skaramagka migrant camp head, Giorgos Karoglou, also confirmed the incident.
In the past decade, Europe experienced a spike in animal sexual assaults, with Germany reporting an increase in animal brothels, in 2013.
An animal welfare officer raised the alarm by stressing that the emergence of ‘erotic zoos’ had become a growing problem.
One German farmer noticed his friendly flock of sheep becoming less friendly towards people.
The farmer installed CCTV cameras and found that his flock was being sexually abused by multiple men at night.
Some people were downplaying the growing trend as a “lifestyle choice” in spite of the animals’ safety.
It was reported in 2017 that animal sex tourists travel to the Balkans to act on their perverse sexual desires.
Metro ran an exposé in the same year, uncovering the depraved underground of bestiality sex parties in the UK.
At the height of the migrant crisis in 2015/16, rumors surfaced from the countries hardest hit by the sudden inflow of migrants, indicating that the number of animals found to be sexually abused had increased.