Over the weekend, a North Carolina man was arrested for allegedly raping a dog. According to Monday’s WWAY TV 3, 24-year-old Sisto Michael Fea, of Wilmington, was allegedly “caught in the act” of sexually assaulting a small, black dog.
A witness who was parked near the incident, which allegedly took place at a residence on Bagley Avenue, told the authorities that she observed Fea raping the small dog twice, reported Star News Online. The first time, the witness claims that she saw Fea sexually assaulting the dog on the porch of the house – she alleges that when the dog “reacted” to the assault, Fea dropped her and kicked her. The witness claims that the man raped the dog a second time a short time later.
The witness called 9-1-1 to report the vile act and the suspect was arrested on Saturday. Fea has obtained a lawyer – the man representing Fea has stated that his client denies the allegations against him. Fea is facing charges for crimes against nature, felony cruelty to animals and a misdemeanor charge of cruelty to animals.
The victimized dog, named “Lola,” is currently at the New Hanover County Animal Services – she is expected to join a foster family soon. No word on whether or not she sustained injuries from the alleged sexual assault.