Time for change

10.19.2005

Poor, poor horses.

"Charge filed in connection with man who died having horse sex"

Investigators first learned of the farm after the man died at Enumclaw Community Hospital July 2. The county Medical Examiner's Office ruled that the death was accidental and the result of having sex with a horse. Deputies don't believe a crime occurred because bestiality is not illegal in Washington state and the horse was uninjured, said Urquhart.

But because investigators found chickens, goats and sheep on the property, they are looking into whether animal cruelty — which is a crime — was committed by having sex with these smaller, weaker animals, he said.

The farm was talked about in Internet chat rooms as a destination for people looking to have sex with livestock, he said.

"A significant number of people, we believe, have likely visited this farm," said Urquhart.


No evidence of injury? Maybe that's because horses don't have a word for "man-sex" and were thus unable to get the proper point across to Washington investigators. Either way it's ok because, apparently, horses are big enough to take it. But please don't have sex with our smaller, weaker livestock. We sometimes like to eat those.

Please direct all comments, questions, and ridicule to the City of Enumclaw at City@ci.enumclaw.wa.us

1 Comments:

  • "Maybe that's because horses don't have a word for "man-sex" and were thus unable to get the proper point across to Washington investigators."

    That's a great line. I'm still laughing.

    By Blogger R. Christopher Edey, at 7:54 PM  

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