Police Nabs Man For Allegedly Making Love To Horse In Katsina

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The Katsina State Police command has arrested a man for allegedly making love to a Horse.

The Commissioner of Police in the state, Alhaji Usman Abdullahi, made the shocking disclosure on Thursday in Katsina while briefing journalists.

According to CP Abdullahi, the unidentified man was arrested two days ago at night near Polo Ground in Katsina metropolis by a police team on patrol.

According to him “Our policemen on patrol went to the area and saw a motorcycle parked. Our officers became suspicious, while searching the area, they sighted the man behind a wall naked making love to a Horse”.

“It is unfortunate for a human being to make love to an animal”, the police boss said.

Abdullahi further said the police recently arrested four persons over alleged drug abuse and trafficking.

He disclosed that the suspects tried to induce the police with N100,000 to let them go scot-free; an offer he said the police rejected.

Mr. Abdullahi said the suspects would soon be charged to court and urged parents, religious leaders and other stakeholders to intensify efforts toward inculcating moral values in their children.

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