Israeli man, 45, arrested for acts of bestiality with dog

Police report receiving a distress call from a citizen who claimed that a man who was wandering around a public park in the nude was also engaging in a sexual act with a dog.

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An Israeli man from the central Israel town of Rosh Haayin was arrested on Friday for allegedly engaging in bestiality.

Police report receiving a distress call from a citizen who claimed that a man who was wandering around a public park in the nude was also engaging in a sexual act with a dog.

Rosh Haayin police sped to the scene and discovered a shirtless man in the act of fornicating with a canine.

Officers accosted the man seeking an explanation, to which he is said to have replied that he was at the park to take his friend’s dog for a trip.

The suspect, 45, was given clothing and arrested. He faces charges of engaging in vile public acts and abuse of an animal. The dog was returned to its owner.

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