Animals Assumed to be Horny Until Proven Otherwise

August 8, 2007 at 6:00 am | Posted in sex, sick & Twisted, strange news, stupidity | 3 Comments

Just when you think you’ve heard it all.

A MAN who was accused of having sex with a sheep has walked free because the animal was unable to testify.The man, from Haaksbergen, near Utrecht in the Netherlands, was reported to police after a farmer caught him having sex with a sheep.But the case was thrown out of court as the sheep couldn’t take to the stand to testify that it didn’t want to have sex and had suffered emotional stress.

Under Dutch law, bestiality is not a crime unless it can be proved the animal didn’t want to have sex. read article (new window)

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  1. Oh, that is such humanshit.
    Most of us arent’ even horny most of our lives. Because most of us have mating seasons – now you humans – think that over for yourself for a while. Would solve A LOT of problems, right?
    We believe that in a different case (involving horses AND a movie about the case in question) humans did get punished for animal abuse. But that happened in the US.
    We would have thought that the Dutch of all peoples would treat a case like this differently…
    Karl

  2. But did the guy wear a condom, and did he have the sheep’s owner’s permission, since a sheep is ‘under the age of consent’?

    The conventional wisdom some years ago was that syphilis was a sexually transmitted disease acquired from sheep. So this practice has it’s risks and it’s history with humankind.

    If you can train a horse to pick up it’s feet so you can nail chunks of iron and steel on it’s feet, what can’t you train an animal to do?

    If you let a crotch-sniffing dog pursue it’s activity to the dog’s satisfaction, just how far would it go? Is it abusive to teach the dog not to pursue an apparently instinctive act?

    Gotta go. The cats want fed.

  3. Brad,
    What IS the age of consent for a sheep in the Netherlands?


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