We are going to take legal action to fight this," said Michael Kiok, chairman of the pressure group Zoophile Engagement for Tolerance and Information (Zeta), which has about 100 members. "Central to the beliefs of zoophiles is that we don't do anything that the animal doesn't want. We do not treat them cruelly. An animal is quite capable of showing precisely what it wants and does not want. When I look at my dog I know immediately what it wants. Animals are much easier to understand than women," he said.
What residents in a rural African village report about at a mysterious white beast with a doglike head and backside resembling a large swine is frightening. Not because the creature will harm them, but because superstition and accusations surrounding the beast could lead them to harm each other.
“This must be the work of black magic,” an official in the Oshana region of northern Namibia told the Informante newspaper.
EVERETT BOROUGH, Pa. — A man is facing the consequences after police say he caused a scene at a Sheetz store in Bedford County.
According to police, Michael Ivy was drunk when he set a beef stick on fire at the convenience store along Main Street in Everett Borough.
Police said an employee tried to grab the beef stick to put out the fire, then Ivy jumped behind the counter, hit the employee, and pushed another worker out of his way.
Ivy faces multiple assault charges.
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