Florida Man Has Sex With Pit Bull as Neighbors Beg Him to Stop
Here's a story both quite Florida and quite repulsive.
On Wednesday morning, a Florida man apparently decided What the hell, I'm just going to go ahead and bang my dog on my front yard.
So, in broad morning daylight, for all to see, the man dropped his trousers and began having sex with his dog.
When ya get that itch, whatta ya gonna do? NOT have sex with a dog?
To the shock of his neighbors, Bernard Marsonek, 57, began having sex with his pit bull right outside in the front yard of his home, located at 8125 N. Marks St. in Hillsborough County, as horrified neighbors begged him to stop.
He ignored their calls to please stop having sex with a dog in front of the entire neighborhood.
Some people who didn't care much for watching a man fuck a dog on his front yard decided to flag down a police cruiser passing by, according to the Tampa Tribune.
The cops pulled over and were met by several witnesses who told them they saw Marsonek diddling his pooch and how they pleaded for him to stop.
Police were able to get into Marsonek's home, where they interviewed him.
There authorities found a total of eight adult pit bulls living in the home, which is a total bummer when you consider they were owned by this creep.
Hillsborough County Animal Services were also called to the home and arrived with a search warrant. They executed a search of Marsonek's home, where police say they found the eight dogs as well as a gun and some ammunition. Cops seized the weapon during the search.
Animal Services officials also took custody of Marsonek's eight pit bulls.
Marsonek was immediately arrested Wednesday morning and is now facing charges of aggravated animal cruelty and two counts of being a felon in possession of a firearm, which are felonies.
He's also facing a misdemeanor count of sexual activity involving animals.
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