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More frightened farm animals

Last week, I posted about the Mesa, AZ fire battalion chief caught with his pants down in a barn assaulting a lamb. Now, out of Georgia, the hogs need to be on the run. (WALB):

Sixty-two year-old James Reynolds is charged with animal cruelty and bestiality. Police say Reynolds jumped a fence at a stockyard and had sex with a hog.

“I’ve never heard of anything like this, this is actually the first case I’ve ever personally had to prosecute of this nature, but I guess in the same sense, it’s not necessarily that unusual for his case, because he’s been arrested for the same conduct with animals before,” said Joe Mulholland, Decatur Co. District Attorney.

Again, I ask: any bets that this is a god-fearing, member of The Base? At the least, we’re talking about a Neal “Mule Whisperer” Horsley Fan Club president.

In Washington State, Gov. Christine Gregoire is about to sign a bill banning bestiality, spurred by the death of a Gig Harbor landowner who died while having sex with a horse on a farm.

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