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The Twittersphere has reacted in exactly the way you might expect: ] [Hat Tip: Taegan Goddard] RELATED: Florida Senate fails basic biology, accidentally outlaws sex.
(WVEC) -- A couple faces a judge Friday for allegedly illegally having several guns in their home.
Click here for a handy visual provided by Southern Fried Science that elucidates the fact that human beings are smack dab in the middle of the animal kingdom -- by which he means the "group of multicellular, eukaryotic organisms of the kingdom Animalia" and not the horse that won the 2011 Kentucky Derby (being "smack dab in the middle" of a thoroughbred horse is a situation the law originally intended to prevent).
Andrew ends with a quip: So if you’re living in Florida on October 1, 2011 and would like to have sexual intercourse with a consenting adult, please check with your veterinarian or local livestock breeder first to make sure you abide by "accepted animal husbandry practices, conformation judging practices, or accepted veterinary medical practices.” (As it happens, I already check with my veterinarian and local livestock breeder prior to intercourse, but my therapist tells me that this is a "fetish" that he'd like me to consider discontinuing.) UPDATE: Good news and sweet relief for the people of Florida.
Per the Southern Fried Scientist, here's a "a slightly less humorous but technically correct" way of looking at things: The problem with this interpretation is that the statute itself explicitly distinguishes between "persons" and "animals," prohibiting sex acts between the two groups.
A court facing a question of interpreting the statute would almost certainly read the statute's use of the term "animals" as "non-human animals," both to avoid absurdity and to conform with (1) the intent of the drafters; (2) the purpose of the statute; and (3) a commonly used (if scientifically inaccurate) understanding of the term 'animal" to exclude humans.
The State Attorney General’s office is currently evaluating three open complaints against the business.
“All complaints are evaluated and taken seriously,” said AG Press Secretary Lara Sisselman.13News Now spoke with a woman who filed one of the complaints against Imperial K-9.
“We just don’t want this happening to anyone else ever again.”According to the Better Business Bureau, a consumer watchdog organization, Imperial K-9’s profile “is being updated” and is currently unavailable.13News Now asked BBB Hampton Roads President and CEO Rosemary Nye about the status of Imperial K-9 with the organization.“The Better Business Bureau had previous information on this business on file,” said Nye.
Sex with animals was being increasingly seen as a lifestyle choice, and thus more acceptable.
“The abuse seems to be increasingly rapidly, and the internet offers an additional distribution platform,” she said.
Preventing animals – who cannot consent to sex with humans – from falling victim to sexual assaults was a legitimate aim of the law, it added.
Anyone who sexually abuses an animal in Germany faces a fine of €25,000 (£19,000).