Mr hands horse video original leaked, Kenneth Pinyan died of acute injuries
In 2005, a man named Kenneth Pinyan died after having sexual intercourse with a horse on a farm in Enumclaw, Washington, where bestiality was permitted. The act caused severe damage to Pinyan’s colon and led to acute peritonitis, resulting in his death. The incident was caught on camera by James Michael Tait, who was only charged with trespassing, while Pinyan lost his life.
The state of Washington swiftly banned sex with animals after Pinyan’s death. Charles Mudede, one of the screenwriters for the 2007 documentary “Zoo,” stated in a 2015 interview with Vice News that Enumclaw was a town where horses were widely admired and worshipped, and where bestiality was difficult to distinguish from passion, unless one was caught.
Pinyan reportedly surprised his family by purchasing the horse involved in his fatal encounter, which occurred on a 40-acre farm where investigators later found hours of footage of men engaging in sexual acts with horses. The state of Washington passed its first bestiality law in 2006, making sex with animals illegal. It was classified as a Class C felony punishable by up to five years in prison and a fine of $10,000 (£7,000). The incident had an impact on the zoophilia community, where people engage in a form of sodomy, according to Mr. Mulder, who spoke to Vice News.