Zimbabwe man says prostitute turned into a donkey; he’s “in love”

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Zimbabwe Man in Love with His Prostitute DonkeyA Zimbabwe man has told a court that the prostitute he hired turned into a donkey overnight, and now he is “seriously in love.”

Sunday Moyo, 28, was caught having sex with a donkey early Sunday morning, according to the New Zimbabwe news website. While appearing in court on bestiality charges, he told the magistrate a tale that reportedly “had the court in stitches.”

Police said they found Moyo having sex with a donkey tied to a tree outside his home in Zvishavane, a mining town near Masvingo, on Sunday at around 4 a.m., the New Zimbabwe says.

In court, Moyo admitted to the sex act, but explained that the donkey was in fact a prostitute he had earlier hired for $20 at a local nightclub.

“I don’t know how she then became a donkey,” Moyo is reported to have told the court. “I only came to know that I was being intimate with a donkey when I got arrested.”

The experience appears to have been a sexual awakening for Moyo, who now says he is in love with the beast.

“I do not know what happened when I left the bar, but I am seriously in love with [the] donkey,” Moyo said, according to state-run newspaper The Herald, as cited by Agence France-Presse.

Moyo will remain in custody until Thursday. The magistrate has ordered that he be examined by psychiatrists.

What will get you kicked off US Airways: Saggy pants or underpants?

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US Airways has acknowledged that less than a week before having a college student arrested for allegedly refusing to hike up his saggy pants while boarding, the airline allowed a man wearing little more than women’s underwear, black thigh-high stockings and heels to fly.

On June 16, University of New Mexico football player Deshon Marman was removed from a US Airways flight at San Francisco International Airport and arrested for refusing to follow crew members’ requests to hike up his saggy pants.

At the time, an airline spokesperson said that while the airline “does not have a specific dress code …we do ask that our passengers dress in an appropriate manner to ensure the safety and comfort of all of our passengers.”

Now there are reports — and a photo published in the San Francisco Chronicle —showing that six days before the saggy-pants incident, the airline allowed a man to board a flight in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., wearing an outfit that consisted, mostly, of women’s underwear and a short, see-through, cover-up shirt.

Read more at msnbc.com…