NSPCA offers reward to help find man in viral bestiality clip

2017-02-10 14:22
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Nelspruit - The National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) is offering a reward of R5 000 for information about a man who filmed himself having sex with a dog in Tonga, outside Komatipoort.

"The Nelspruit SPCA laid criminal charges for bestiality and animal cruelty following a video of bestiality that was circulated on Facebook by a man who refused to provide the NSPCA with more information regarding the source of the video," a post on the Facebook page of the NSPCA reads.

"This is an attempt to arrest the culprit and remove the dog that was a victim in this barbaric sexual crime."

Tonga police spokesperson Lieutenant Mzwandile Nyambi confirmed that a case of bestiality had been opened and was under investigation.

"We are looking for an unknown suspect who is facing a charge of bestiality. The suspect allegedly had sex with a dog. The quest to find the suspect followed after a video clip of the man has been circulating around social media. SPCA officials have come to Tonga police station to lodge a complaint," said Nyambi.

Anyone with information that can lead to the arrest of the suspect can contact Colonel Mahlahlana on 082 4646 602 or the NSPCA on 011 907 3590. 

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