Germany Now Has Goat Brothels

December 20, 2017

from Dangerous.com

 

A sigh of relief can be heard in Tiergartens across the Fatherland as news emerges of “bestiality brothels” opening up in Germany.

 

In unconnected news, the number of Syrian migrants in the country is now estimated at 1.5 million.

As news of the animal brothel craze hit German national broadcaster ZDF, anxiety among petting zoo ponies dropped precipitously. In November, a 23 year old Syrian man allegedly sexually assaulted a pony in broad daylight in front of children at a park in Berlin. 

 

Animal welfare officer Madeleine Martin told the Frankfurter Rundschau that Germany’s current laws enable “zoophiles” to carry out their sexual deviancy without contention. Bestiality is not illegal in Germany.

 

“There are now animal brothels in Germany,” Martin explained, claiming that people are turning to animals for sex as a “lifestyle choice,” the Daily Mail reports.

 

In one case, Martin told the Frankfurter Rundschau about a case of bestiality in the Gross-Gerau region of southwest Germany. She explained that a farmer began to notice his flock of sheep shy away from human contact when previously they were tame.

 

The farmer, who decided to rig a video surveillance system in his barn, witnessed several men sneaking in during the night to have sexual relations with the animals.

 

Using similar cases as this, Martin is calling for the government to make bestiality illegal across Germany. The Daily Mail reports that the German government was planning to reinstate a law that would make bestiality illegal after a sharp rise of incidents involving people having sex with animals.

 

Wonder who that might be?

 

Now, there are “erotic zoos” around Germany which people can visit to have sexual intercourse with animals such as goats and llamas.

 

The German ‘zoophile’ group ZETA announced it will oppose any ban on bestiality.

 

“Mere concepts of morality have no business being law,” claims Michael Kiok, the ZETA chairman.

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