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MAN RAPED CHICKENS TO DEATH WHILE WIFE FILMED HIM, JAILED 3 YEARS

A 37-year-old man in the UK, Rehan Baig, was convicted by the Bradford Crown Court for raping his pet chickens to death while his wife filmed him, according to The Sun.

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He was sentenced to 3 years in prison, with the court describing him as “depraved, despicable and perverted” for performing an act that would make “any right-thinking member of society sick to their stomach.”

He and his wife, Haleema, also previously engaged in intercourse with a dog and had photos of the act, as well as having possession of 49 indecent images and videos of children, with some featuring children as young at 6 years old.

Haleema Baig was spared jail term for her latest act with the chickens after the court learned that she was ill-treated by her husband Rehan, and was given a 6-month suspended sentence.

Baig reportedly raped the chickens in the basement of his house, with his wife (who was filming) also caught inside the footage.

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She then joined him in the videos and at one point, Rehan alternated between having intercourse with the chickens and his wife.

The video was filmed on a GoPro and saved in a folder entitled “family vids”, with the wife admitting that they committed the depraved acts multiple times with different coloured chickens.

Two of the chickens that were raped later died, with Rehan seen in one video having intercourse with the dead chicken’s corpse before throwing it away in a black rubbish bag.

The crimes came to light after the National Crime Agency raided their home in Great Horton, Bradford in West Yorkshire after they received a complaint about him possessing explicit photos of children.

Two computers, a laptop and mobile phone were seized by the authorities.

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Images source: Ben Lack via The Sun (mugshot) and Unsplash (chicken).

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