Teen confesses to having unnatural act with cow
13 February 2014, 15:51
Nyeri - Villagers of Kihatha in Tetu sub-County were Thursday shocked at the confession of a 16-year-old boy that he had unnatural act with a cow on Wednesday night.
The boy was caught committing the act at 8.00 pm by the owner of the cow, Peter Wahome after an alert from the suspect’s friend.
It is said that the suspect confessed that since he is young, he has been having sexual pleasure with various animals including cows, goats and other domestic animals.
Wahome, an eyewitness, said that the confession came after he was confronted with hard questions over his behaviour.
Wahome said that though he had at first hesitated to give any information, the boy opened up to state that he had spent his day having canal knowledge of other domestic animals before going to the cow.
“After threatening him with thorough beatings, the boy told us that he is used to whatever we caught him doing, and has the experience of having sex with several animals on different occasions,” Wahome reported.
He further narrated how he caught him pants down and how he was hesitant to stop the beastly act even after noting their presence.
“It is only after I inched closer to where he was, and slapped him on the back that he stopped though he did not even attempt to escape,” Wahome said.
The boy, an orphan who has been in a rescue centre for some years, revealed that he has been engaging in wayward behaviors since he was a kid.
The proprietor of the rescue centre, Esther Wanjiku said that the boy has been in and out of police cells due to theft and bestiality allegations but secures his way back to the free society as the witnesses always refuse to testify against him.
“I have been struggling to cope with his behaviors after he suffered rejection from all of his relatives due to his behaviors and the situation now seems to be beyond my control,” Wanjiku said.
Nyeri central Police Boss, John Leshimpiro said that the suspect will be arraigned in court after all witnesses have recorded their statements.
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