Lawyer Asks Witness to Demonstrate Bestiality on Stuffed Dog
Leave it to an attorney to make an awkward court case even more awkward. Michigan State University physicist Joseph Hattey was charged with bestiality and a witness was asked to describe what he did using a stuffed animal.
The lawyer approached the witness on the stand with a stuffed dog and asked him to describe what Hattey did to the basset hound now nicknamed "Flash." Unsurprisingly, the witness cracked a smile and laughed a bit before continuing.
Witness: "I was still petting the dog holding him by his chest, petting his head and his ears. And he was on the other side of the dog trying to get aroused by stroking it."
Lawyer: "Stroking it where?"
Witness: "On its genitals."
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