Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Alaska passed a bill to prohibit the person to have sexual relations with animals

Alaska House of Representatives passed a bill to prohibit the person to have sexual relations with animals.

According to the Associated Press reported that areas of Klawock, Alaska, a 26-year-old man was charged last year will be a dog taken away by other people tied to the tree, and to their unmuzzled attempt to have sexual relations with its. However, due to Alaska, there is no corresponding legal sanctions such cases, the man was later charged with theft. In view of this, Mr Bob Lin Alaska state legislature to submit the motion, and by the 40 members unanimously. Bob Lin said studies have shown that animals attack linked to child abuse.

It is understood that, Bob Lin's proposal of "Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Act" extends to the prohibition of sexual relations with animals. After the passage of the bill if there is any further sexual relations with animals to happen, the perpetrators will be charged with class A misdemeanor, the maximum 1 year imprisonment and fined 10,000 U.S. dollars.

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