Dogs get order of protection against man who had sex with an animal

Chung Lin-fai
By: Mason White

A judge granted a restraining order against a man to protect dogs from being raped.

A construction in Hong Kong, was barred from having contact with any dog while on bail after he was accused of having sex with a stray dog.

58-year-old Chung Lin-fai was arrested at a bus station in Tung Chung, after a woman told police that she saw him using food to lure a stray dog ​​into a side street.

The woman said that some time later, she noticed the same dog with injuries. She took the dog to a veterinarian, who confirmed that the animal had been sexually assaulted by a person.

Police collected the semen as evidence, and are now awaiting the DNA results.

Lin-fai was charged bestiality and he now faces up to 10 years in prison.

A judge at the West Kowloon Court released on bail of HK $2,500 ($320), and ordered him to have no contact with any dog. He was also told to stay away from the Wong Lung Ravine area, where the alleged rape took place.