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A 55-year-old homeless man was sentenced to one year in prison for twice raping a dog in Alajuelita, San José. Judge Sonia Quintana, of the Pavas Criminal Court of Pavas, handed down the sentence this Monday morning.

Fausto Martín Rojas Araya was sentenced to 12 months in jail for raping a dog

Eyewitness testimony during trial was overwhelming proof that Fausto Martín Rojas Araya did rape the dog on two separate occasions in October 2017. The jail sentence is six months for each count, reported La Nacion.

See our report “Man who raped a dog pleads “Don’t take it away from me, it’s my girlfriend” here.

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