This week, law enforcement apprehended a woman from Michigan who engaged in a sexual act with her dog. The woman’s ex-partner stumbled upon distressing video evidence of the incident captured by surveillance cameras and promptly reported it to the police.
A woman named Brittany McClure, aged 30, has been taken into custody on charges of engaging in sodomy and mistreating animals, following an alleged attack on Max, the dog owned by the couple. The incident was reported by Fox 2 Detroit.
According to the source, the ex-partner of the lady stumbled upon footage of her engaging in action with their pet dog. This discovery was made while he was examining the recordings captured by the surveillance cameras that he had installed in the living area of their mutual residence situated in Taylor.
According to authorities, the man handed over the distressing video lasting six minutes to the investigators.
“In that video, it shows defendant Brittany McClure lying on the living room floor on a mattress with a blanket. She opens the blanket and calls the dog over,” Taylor Detective Philip Collop stated on Wednesday in court on Wednesday, Fox 2 noted. “She is heard saying ‘good boy’.”
A different officer from the Taylor police department expressed astonishment, claiming that in his more than twenty years of service, he had never witnessed anything as startling.
“It was plain as day: his ex-girlfriend performing fellatio on their dog named Max and her attempts to get Max to reciprocate,” Lt. Frank Canning stated. “Kind of an interest in fetish stuff that was seen on the internet. I don’t know that any justification could justify these acts. She did own up to performing these acts on Max,” he added.
McClure informed the police that the incident of bestiality captured on camera was the sole instance in which she engaged in sexual acts with their canine companion.
“Thankfully the video was captured,” Canning mentioned. “I would hate for this to become a regular thing for Max.”
According to authorities, Max remained unharmed and was handed back to McClure’s former partner.
McClure received a command to refrain from interacting with animals and was detained with a bond set at $100,000.