The scary part is, these are just the weird ones.
From making a baby with a horse, to Germany’s erotic zoos, to things you never say in a job interview with law enforcement, these are the top seven bestiality arrests of 2012.
Most recently police investigating claims that Chandler, Arizona, man Christopher Jackson, 47, branded his initials “CJ” into his passed-out girlfriend’s vaginal area with a brand and a butane torch, found something really stomach turning in his possession.
Idaho man Ryan Tannenholz, a self-described “furry,” has been arrested on charges that he sexually penetrated a cat on several occasions between January 2012 and January 2013. Thankfully details released in the case are scant.
In an assault case that still has cops in Oklahoma City scratching their heads, a young woman was arrested for threatening her male 72-year-old neighbor, who she said told everyone that she had had sex with her cat. He had no idea what she was talking about, and police do not seem to have interviewed the cat.
Shaun Keith Orris of Waukesha, 41, Wisconsin, had knocked back about six beers and a few shots at a local bar when he decided to stand up for a constitutional right to do the dance of love with goats, supporting the old adage "whiskey don’t make liars, it just makes fools."
Today we proudly present our first edition of Fetishes Unhinged, which we warn, given the nature of crime, may become a regular feature. Meet David Beckmann and Thomas Mettham, peacock and poop fetishists respectively.
Robert Garrow was born on March 4, 1936. Abused as a child, he grew up raping the family’s livestock and masturbating with the milking machine. He served time in prison, first for theft, then rape. After his release he was accused of sexually assaulting two little girls, and when he failed to appear in court, this budding serial killer became a fugitive from justice.
Maybe no one explained to Andrew Mendoza of Wharton County Texas, that some things are better left unsaid, but Mendoza, who was accused of sexing up the neighbor’s horse, wanted to explain himself and so waived his right to remain silent. Having read the report, this writer really wishes he hadn’t.
The new disturbing trend of erotic zoos has the Germans poised to reinstate bestiality laws taken off the books in 1969.