Man arrested for ‘having sex with goat’ admits romps with 10 animals in the bush

Malam Kamisu was initially picked up by the village head and handed over to the police. Kamisu, who is said to be the goat’s owner, explained it was apparently not his first time of having sex with animals in the bush.

The NahUsabi news website reports Kamisu apparently admitted to officials that he preferred bestiality to sex with women, because the animals satisfied his sexual desires.

In fact, he had never made love to any woman in his area. Police said he told them that he regretted his action saying he knew it was an offence to a society and against Islamic injunctions.

h/t Marvin

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  • marty_p

    He was overheard saying to his sheep “There’ll never be another Ewe”

    • Achmed

      How dare he! If the goat hasn’t been butchered it isn’t halal!

    • Heh;)

  • ontario john

    Yes, its against islamic injunctions because you have to marry the goat first.

    • ntt1

      According to that nasty old pervert Khomeini ,it is alright to have sex with animals Provided they are sold in the next village, they are all unbelievers there anyways.

      • Jason

        but the animal has to be “one that your right hand possesses” (not your left – can’t trust those tricky left hands!)

  • Hard Little Machine

    This is why we can’t have nice things.

  • Dana Garcia

    Why would a Muslim woman have sex with a Muslim man? You never know where that thing has been.

  • J. C.

    So Western feminism finally made it’s way to the 3rd world, eh?

  • moraywatson

    If one male is allowed to take multiple wives, several males will be humping goats. It’s just math. Didn’t islam invent math?

  • The Goat

    Sigh, why is it never that handsome Mark Steyn, or that sexy Ezra Levant?

  • Xavier
  • WalterBannon

    following in the path of his prophet Mo

  • skeptic2000

    EPILOG: Mr. Kamisu, in fear of dying of embarrassment, received refugee status at the U.S. Embassy in Nigeria. Refugee Rescue International, under contract with the U.S. State Department, resettled Mr. Kamisu and his favorite goat companion, Nuja, in Minneapolis, Minnesota where they had to adjust to a new climate and culture.

    Mr. Kamisu found employment as an airport taxi driver. He also became an adjunct professor at the University of Minnesota teaching Inter-species Diversity for Common Core aligned student teacher candidates. Nuja is employed pulling a children’s cart at the Autumn Harvest Petting Zoo and she is the proud winner of a best-in-show award at the Minnesota State Fair. She soon hopes to launch a line of goat cheese products under her own brand, Nuja’s Best.