An Arizona man was busted in an undercover bestiality sting when he allegedly went online to find a dog for sex — and he’s blaming his woes on a bad marriage, according to reports.
As part of a two-month investigation, Naylor, of Mesa, allegedly posted ads on Craigslist with titles such as, “Willing to try hung K9 4 Fun too,” the station said.
Naylor ended up contacting an undercover Maricopa County sheriff’s deputy in June and arranged a meeting with him and a dog on Monday, according to county Sheriff Joe Arpaio. Instead, authorities nabbed Naylor.
“It took a little negotiation and several conversations, but we finally got him to meet with us,” Arpaio told the Tucson Citizen. “It was sickly what this man was trying to do.”
Naylor allegedly admitted to looking for a dog to have sex with via Craigslist and told sheriff’s deputies his domestic problems included being in a sexless marriage for the past year.
“This is a different breed of people who would do this to dogs,” Arpaio told CBS 5 in Phoenix. “We are going to continue this type of investigation; we are the only ones doing this but we are not going to stop investigating bestiality of this type.”
A Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office spokesman said authorities there have arrested six people on bestiality-related charges during the past year, while three have been convicted, according to the Tucson Citizen.