Police Uncover Hotel Where People Pay To Have SEX With Animals? (PHOTO)

Police Uncover Hotel Where People Pay To Have SEX With Animals? (PHOTO)

By Chidinma Unigwe | Sub Editor on August 9, 2015
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Police operatives recently uncovered a hotel where the management grooms animals to become good sex objects and then receive money from people in exchange for sex with them.

Two brothers, Adam Cafferty, 31, John Cafferty, 28, and their father, David Cafferty, 52, were arrested and had been jailed after they were convicted of managing the animal brothel known as “The Ram Inn” in Grange Road, Swansea, Wales.

It was gathered that they have an animal catalog which features domesticated female white lions, mountain nanny goats, Irish pigs, Himalayan gentle donkeys and other species of animals.

Some animals that are not dangerous like female sheep’s and some breeds of dogs are also trained to give oral sex and receive full vaginal sex from the customer who come to book rooms and have sex with these animals over night.

Two men, Adam Cafferty, 31, John Cafferty, 28, and their father, David Cafferty, 52, were arrested and had been jailed after they were convicted of managing an animal brothel known as “The Ram Inn” in Grange Road, Swansea, Wales.
Two men, Adam Cafferty, 31, John Cafferty, 28, and their father, David Cafferty, 52, were arrested and had been jailed after they were convicted of managing an animal brothel known as “The Ram Inn” in Grange Road, Swansea, Wales.

Did the above viral story with accompanying photos really happen?

Our research finds that it did not. It is fake news that started on the website, Link Beef.

Hotels called The Ram Inn do exist in the United Kingdom. But there is none in Swansea in Wales. There is one, however, in East Sussex, one in Gloucestershire, and another in Nottingham, all in England.  This spoof is rather unfortunate because it could affect the brand reputation of hotel named The Ram Inn.

“The too-convenient-to-be-true story could be instantly dismissed as fabricated purely because the article claims the men were running the alleged brothel up until July 2015 – however the article itself was published only a week into July 2015, and any arrest, trial and subsequent conviction will of course take much longer than only a handful of days,” That’s Fake News website, reports.

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