Before I write this post, let me first say this:
Bestiality is actually up for debate in the Florida Legislature, and apparently they think this is a pressing issue, or they know something that I (thankfully) don't.
The Florida Senate is trying desperately to make having sex with animals illegal. In answer to another question you might have, yes, apparently it's perfectly legal to do so in Florida. More to the point, someone in the Florida House wants to keep it that way.
Since 2008, the Senate has tried to make bestiality illegal. But for some reason the Florida House has decided to allow the practice to continue without the threat of punishment.
But wait, there's more.
The legislation was proposed after a suspect accidentally strangled a goat named Meg during intercourse. When Sen. Nan Rich heard of the "disgusting" case, she tried to ban sex with animals, but always had trouble in the House.
I don't even want to know how this information came to light, and I don't really care to do the research. If you do, well hey, knock yourself out. That's just more information than I want, but clearly the case of Meg the goat is documented somewhere, hence the proposed legislation.
The fact that someone feels this is urgent enough to have attempted to make it illegal since 2008, and the Florida House keeps saying in essence "nothing to see here, move along" makes me think we should have a closer look at the members of the Florida House for the last three years.
Perhaps someone has a photo?
I'm just saying....