A man was arrested for a crime against nature with a chihuahua dog in Brunswick County, North Carolina, according to a Monday report from WECT.
Jeffrey Edward Bynner, age 24, was arrested and charged with “unlawfully, willfully, and feloniously” committing an “abominable and detestable crime against nature,” the police report stated.
Bynner is being held at the Brunswick County Jail on a $10,000 secured bond. North Carolina-based WWAY reported that the man arrested for the “crime against nature” with the chihuahua dog committed the act between March 1 and March 30. However, police were keeping tight wraps on further details of the allegations.
At this point, we have no idea if the chihuahua pup is okay. And if the crime is what we think it is, we’re not sure how it’s even possible for a man to have sex with a chihuahua, a breed that usually weighs no more than five pounds. (And please, if you know, keep it to yourself.)
Unfortunately, crimes like this aren’t as uncommon as you might think. In February, The Inquisitr reported on a 23-year-old Vegas woman who had sex with a pit bull. In that case, the woman, Kara Vandereyk, explained her reasoning for the act, telling police she was bipolar.
(What a different movie Silver Linings Playbook would have been had they gone that route.)
Vandereyk was also on so many prescription medications that she couldn’t tell police any of the medicines’ names.
Also, in September 2012, 31-year-old Florida resident Carlos Romero was arrested for having sex with his 21-month-old miniature donkey.
In that case, Romero stated that his genitals “may have come in contact with the donkey’s vagina by accident and his semen may have splattered inside the donkey by accident.”
As for the man arrested for the “crime against nature” with the chihuahua, only time will tell how nasty the details are. How do you think the justice system should handle cases like these?
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