In today’s world of weird news, we have a headline of epic proportions: a man caught having sex with pet donkeys blames weed. The man initially denied the allegations of sexual abuse. But then the police confronted him with video footage of his depravity. His next move was to blame marijuana.
Something rotten in the state of Arkansas
In the city of Siloam Springs, Arkansas, 49-year-old Everett Lee Compton, Jr. faces five felony counts of cruelty to animals. Compton’s crime? Sexually abusing two pet donkeys at least four times. The abuse was caught on a video camera that the property owners had set up due to repeated incidences of trespassing and people harassing their animals.
One of the videos shows Compton feeding a donkey a carrot, putting a bag over its head, and raping it.
The Siloam Springs police took him into custody on July 16th after he was caught assaulting a different donkey from the video footage. Compton had been hiding in the bushes. He told the police that he was “just taking a walk” and that he only fed the donkeys carrots. He denied the allegations of sexual abuse.
That is until the police informed him of the security tapes. Then, Compton blamed his actions on cannabis.
The Devil made me do it
Compton reportedly told the police that pot “makes him do sick things.” Right. This excuse just seems like a classic case of someone not taking responsibility for their own actions. In the old days, one could blame the devil for making them do “sick things.” In the days of Reefer Madness, the Devil’s Lettuce could be blamed for depravity, particularly of a sexual nature.
The police department of Siloam Springs didn’t buy it either. They arrested Compton on Monday. He faced additional misdemeanor charges: criminal trespassing and bestiality.
Final Hit: Man Caught Having Sex With Pet Donkeys Blames Weed
There’s no word on how the donkeys or their owners are doing, but Everett Lee Compton is now off the streets and unable to abuse any more animals. While it’s terrible that the donkeys suffered at his hands, we can take comfort in the knowledge that Compton will likely be convicted due to the video evidence.