Alleged sexual abuse of guinea pig in Frederick County parking lot under investigation

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http://www.fox5dc.com/news/local-ne...-parking-lot-under-investigation-deputies-say
FREDERICK, Md. - A man reportedly sexually abused a guinea pig in a shopping center parking lot in Frederick on Sunday afternoon, according to authorities.

The Frederick County Sheriff’s Department told FOX 5 that the person was seen by others in a Target parking lot.

He reportedly told investigators that he had just bought a guinea pig from a nearby PetSmart.
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“We have the animal in our possession, it’s safe – it’s being cared for and receiving any medical treatment it may need and follow up care,” said Linda Shea of Frederick County Animal Control.

A witness called the Frederick County Sheriff’s Department Sunday afternoon after they say they made a horrific discovery in the parking lot off Urbana Pike.

Deputies said they arrived just after 2 p.m. for a report of a guinea pig being abused inside a car.

Animal Control Officers took over the scene, but would not go into much detail regarding the investigation - but they told FOX 5 the allegations of abuse are sexual or invasive in nature.

At this point, no one is facing any charges.
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“We want to make sure that if an animal was mistreated, abused, neglected…that we are able to get all the facts – sort out allegations from facts and make sure we pursue appropriately,” Shea said. “If anybody has any first-hand eyewitness information to any animal being mistreated, abused, neglected, you want to make sure you contact us if you're in Frederick County or your local animal control authorities.”

Charges could be handed down as soon as Tuesday, according to investigators.
 

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What...how...a guinea pig? So many questions...either the tiniest pecker on record or something really kinky!

Or maybe the pig wasn't abused and someone made it up .... I hope so ... I hope some weirdo wasn't using the little furry like a flesh light because that would be bent. But I don't think so because they're asking for info and no video and surely you'd want to get that on tape.
 

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That capybara looks totally capable of taking care of herself, him and possibly several bystanders.

Some guys don't care where they park their cars.
Maybe some of you recall the childrens book "Cappyboppy". Now a days, totally not PC, PETA would blacklist the book, It's that good.
Anyhow, the author's son had a pet capabara, which was an amazing pet until he matured and got aggressive. So they gave him to the zoo where he lived with the hippos. (They are all water creatures.) Capabaras are very common in zoos..

Point is, anyone who gets a capabara pet should have it neutered /spayed like any pet, but hardly any vets are familiar with them.
They are very common animals in the wild with simple but specific needs: a daily bath and plenty of bedding to keep warm in cold, lots of good grass ,some veg and fruits.
and an owner who knows when to give them their space.
If I win the mega lotto, i will get one
 
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