New Delhi, December 22: This is not a spoof. This actually happened. And the calf that we are referring to, wasn’t a calf blow up doll. It was a real calf! In Delhi, an 18 year old, from a dairy farm area of area of Najafgarh in South West Delhi, has been accused of committing bestiality on a baby cow, after which he was admitted in the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS). He is being treated by the hospital’s department of Psychiatry and Forensic Medicine, for involving in brutal sexual activity with calves.Also Read - Heavy Rains, Hailstorm Lash Parts of Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon. IMD Predicts More Showers in THESE Areas

Apparently, this is not the first time that such a case was reported in the national capital. According to a report in India Today, a similar case was reported last year, where a man had sex with two calves, one of which had died during the act. Dr Sujata Satapathy, who is handling such cases at Department of Psychiatry, AIIMS, told IndiaToday, “Human DNA was detected from the anal and vaginal swabs of calves in a forensic science laboratory which confirmed the allegation. ” Also Read: WTF! Man arrested for trying to have sex with alligator Also Read - Will Chhath Puja Celebrations be Allowed in Delhi? DDMA to Make Decision on Oct 27

Dr. Satapathy also said that the offender had not shown ‘any feeling of guilt or remorse’ upon learning that the calf had died. She said he even openly admitted to having been involved in the act. When Satapathy and other doctors tried to treat the teenager, he fled and never came back. It was discovered that his family lived on a farm, in unhygienic conditions. “…we are concerned because a person who had engaged in childhood bestiality is more likely to commit adult interpersonal crimes and this should be taken as a warning sign by society,” she said. Bestiality is a punishable offence as per section 377 of the Indian Penal Code. Also Read - Beware Delhi! No Pollution Certificate at Petrol Pumps May Lead to Rs 10,000 Challan

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