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ZOOPHILIA: Three Hens Rescued From Elderly Poultry Rapist

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Zoophilia is a taboo practice which has seen a recent rise in exposure due to social media.

Outspoken self-confessed zoophiles identify themselves on social media with the greek lower case ζ “Zeta” symbol.

Some individuals have gone in another direction; a Spanish transfeminist anti-speciesist group were recently popularized for segregating hens from roosters at a small as they feared the hens could be raped–because they couldn’t consent.

Stories involving horrific acts of animal sexual abuse have surfaced from around the world on an alarmingly regular basis.

Few cases, however, are as bizarre as this story from Bogota, Colombia.

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On Friday 13th this month, an elderly man, who has not been named, had three hens removed from his care after it was revealed that the birds were being sexually abused.

Colombia’s Animal Protection Services said that three birds were rescued by police from an elderly man’s home in Bogota’s Siete de Agosto district.

A complaint was made to the authorities after a video showing the man raping the fowl emerged.

The man’s neighbors also sounded the alarm after they personally witnessed the man acting inappropriately with the animals on the roof of his home.

Vets examined the birds’ physical condition after the repeated assaults.

Thankfully, the birds are in relatively decent physical health after their ordeal.

The case is being treated as zoophilia by authorities.

The elderly man will be charged with animal abuse and aggravated sexual assault.

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The elderly man is facing a fine of up to $1200 and jail time, if found guilty.

This, apparently, isn’t a unique incident in the city of Bogota according to Peruvian outlet, Trome.

 

 

 

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