Residents of Kangundo constituency in Machakos county are still reeling in shock following a distasteful incident where a middle-aged man was busted making out with two goats in pasture fields, goats which later lost their lives over unknown complications that sprouted thereafter.
The petty and dishonourable event which transpired in the evening hours in Kinyai village caught the attention of local administrators who quickly alerted the police and the miscreant apprehended for the inhuman act.
Locals could not understand how the young man who has all along been principled failed to woo even a single woman in the neighborhood to fulfill his desires instead of bringing shame to himself and the whole community.
The man who is now cooling his heels in police custody will have to face the full wrath of the law given that bestiality or unnatural acts is considered a felony in Kenya according to section 162(b) of the penal code which states;
"....a person guilty of having carnal knowledge of an animal is liable for imprisonment for upto 14 years". And under section 163 it is stipulated that a person who attempts to commit any unnatural offence is liable to imprisonment for 7 years.
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