Man in Florida charged with having sex with dog
Tuesday 07 January 2014
A man in Florida has been arrested over allegedly having repeated sex with a dog.
Investigators say Joshua Werbicki, a 22-year-old pizza delivery man, was caught in the act on a hidden camera set up by a suspicious room-mate, who owns the German Shepherd. They claim it happened six times.
The dog's owner told police the pet - called "Angel" - had been limping noticeably, and shown signs of fear when approached by humans.
According to the FloridaToday news website, Palm Bay Police spokeswoman, Yvonne Martinez, said when the woman saw the video after the alleged act, she took it to police.
She said: "Based on that and an interview with the defendant, we were able to charge him with the animal cruelty."
On 27 December last year, Mr Werbicki was arrested at his work, and questioned. He was held on charges of animal cruelty and sex involving animals.
If he's charged and found guilty, Werbicki could be banned from ever owning animals.
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