MDN Gets Off...

#1
..on a technicality..

The thread about the woman and the horse reminded me of this.

A Wisconsin man beat the rap thanks to his alert lawyer.

Seems the fellow was caught humping a dead deer by the side of a road. Charged with having sexual grtification with an animal, his attorney informed the court that, according to the definition of ' animal ' [ i.e.: " any of a kingdom of living things " ], his client was innocent as the deer was , to quote Monty Python, ' bleedin' demised ' and therefore, technically, ' a carcass '..There is no law against doing the nasty with a carcass and , hence, the man was innocent..

case closed..
 
#2
Would that count as necrophilia?

nec·ro·phil·i·a (nkr-fl-) Pronunciation Key also nec·rophi·lism (n-krf-lzm, n-)
n.
Erotic attraction to or sexual contact with corpses.
 
#3
I thought so, too.. but, in the USA [ gawd bless 'em ] that doesn't apply to dead animals, only dead humans..

so bang away into Muffy the deceased squirrel all you want.
 
#4
CarpeDiem said:
Would that count as necrophilia?

nec·ro·phil·i·a (nkr-fl-) Pronunciation Key also nec·rophi·lism (n-krf-lzm, n-)
n.
Erotic attraction to or sexual contact with corpses.
comes from the Greek. Nerco - meaning the dead and Phillia, verb, to fill :D
 
#5
At an outback drinking fest in the 80s a very plummy woopert asked one of the local farmers "Is it true that you chaps shag your sheep?"

"Nah mate. Yer gotta git yerself a young steer. Then yer shove yer cock up its nostril - that way he'll lick yer balls at the same time!"
 

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