Source : Dailymail UK, The Smoking Gun, Ocala.com
SEPTEMBER 18–A Florida farmhand arrested for having sexual contact with a miniature donkey explained to cops that the Sunshine State was “backwards” since its residents “frown on zoophilia,” according to a police report.
Carlos Romero, 31, was collared yesterday and charged with misdemeanor sexual activity with an animal.
Investigators report that a witness last month spotted Romero, pictured in the mug shot at right, “up against the rear of the donkey” apparently having sex with the animal.
Romero–who was shirtless and had his pants down–pulled away from the donkey when he spotted the witness, who had been delivering a horse to the barn he rents.
When interviewed Friday by cops, Romero made a series of shocking admissions.
He began by saying that he “uses his fingers and saliva to clean the donkey’s clitoris and check for wood shavings and debris,” adding that he “gets aroused” by seeing an animal in heat.
Romero reported that he “stands behind the donkey, scratches her withers and masturbates.” He revealed that he “likes the way the fur feels on his testicles,” and that his penis “may have come in contact with the donkey’s vagina by accident and his semen may have splattered inside the donkey by accident.”
After recalling that he masturbated with the donkey “5 or 6 times,” Romero “stated Florida is a backwards state and people frown on zoophilia here.” The 31-year-old went on to say that he ‘may have come in contact with the donkey’ by accident and left his DNA ‘by accident.’
Romero also admitted that he masturbated with Doodle the donkey, but said he did not have sex with the critter because ‘she’s blooming into maturity,’ The Ocala Star-Banner reported.
Romero said he has always been attracted to animals because their feelings ‘100 per cent honest.’ He also admitted to having sex with horses multiple times since he was 18 years old, adding that he likes their ‘feminine shape, behavior and raw power.’
Carlos Romero, was taken into custody on Monday at the Ocala farm where he was employed after reportedly admitting to police that he becomes aroused seeing animals in heat and mating.
Romero was sent to the Marion County Jail on $2,000 bond. His miniature donkey was taken away by animal control officials.
Since his arrest, Romero spoke out about the incident, demanding that Doodle – which he claims he paid $500 for – be returned to him. Jail officials said Romero was placed in protective custody ‘for his own protection.’
Sweet little Doodle is safe now. Natalie Slazes, animal tech coordinator at the Marion County Animal Center, puts down hay for the miniature donkey Doodle in a pen at the center on Southeast Baseline Road Tuesday.