So let's say you're in a bad marriage. You and your wife haven't had sex for a year. Do you a) go to couples' counseling, b) read Fifty Shades of Grey while eating oysters with your wife, c) post an online ad looking for a dog to have sex with. Reportedly, if you're Arizona resident James Naylor, you opt for C. Naylor was arrested as part of an undercover sting operation when he allegedly posted an ad on Craigslist looking for a dog for sexytimes. Cops say he wrote in one ad: "Willing to try hung K9 4 Fun too." Says sheriff deputy Joe Arpaio: "This is a different breed of people who would do this to dogs." I'm sure that pun was unintended.
Scarily enough, this isn't the first time people have been arrested for bestiality in the Phoenix, Arizona county of Maricopa. In June, a married couple named Shane and Sarah Dae Walker reportedly pleaded guilty to looking for a dog for sex on Craigslist. And the sheriff's office says they've arrested six people on bestiality-related charged in the past year. Something strange going on in Maricopa?!
Sheriff Arpaio says he's asked Craigslist to take down such ads, but they haven't answered him. "They don’t even have the courtesy to respond," he told 3TV in Phoenix.
Naylor reportedly told detectives that he was in a bad marriage and hadn't had sex for year. Ohhhhh, that explains everything. Normally, the wife is a scapegoat for an affair, but for bestiality? Not buying it, dude.
The sick part (I mean, another sick part) is that Naylor was online apparently communicating with dog owners about spending some "quality time" (my quotes, not his) with their pooches. What kind of dog owner would even consider this???
I will never in a million years pretend to even begin to understand the mind that wants to have sex with an animal -- anymore than I will ever begin to understand those who want to have sex with children. People who use helpless creatures for this kind of stuff are "another breed" for sure!
What do you think about this case?
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