IDIOT ARRESTED FOR FORCING NARCOTICS, ALCOHOL ON POOR GOAT
Have you ever head the expression, someone’s got your goat? Well that especially true for one Georgia man last week. Sergio Palomares-Guzman was arrested by police after a video showed him force feeding his goat cocaine and whiskey. He’s a baaaaad man. In the video, Palomares-Guzman is visible grabbing the goat’s horns for leverage while force feeding the poor animal. Forcing cocaine and whiskey on a goat is a new low. Who would even think of such a thing? Sergio, that’s who.
GOAT HAD COCAINE, NOT GEORGIA, ON ITS MIND
The video was clear and totally disturbing. Sergio held the goat’s horns firmly as another man literally shoved cocaine into its nostrils. Sergio then forced open the goat’s mouth while the second man poured whiskey into its mouth as it was forced to swallow. Then you can hear the two men in the video laughing at their cruelty. Can you believe it? Palomares-Guzman had lived and worked on a Grayson ranch. But police took him into custody after someone tipped them off about the very disturbing video.
MORON POSTED VIDEO OF ANIMAL CRUELTY, COPS TIPPED OFF
Police arrested the 28-year-old Sergio and charged him with aggravated cruelty to animals, according to the Gwinnet County Sheriff’s Office. But of course Sergio’s own foolishness led to his downfall. Someone tipped off police about the video, but only because Sergio shared the video with others. We’re not sure why it took so long for the abuse to come to light. The horse trainer told investigators that the incident and video were from January 2nd. Authorities took Palomares-Guzman to Gwinnet County Jail where he remains for now. Authorities also placed him on an ICE detainer. Now he faces possible deportation. Cruelty to animals is disgusting and shameless.
GOAT ALREADY ADOPTED, WILL NEVER BE A MULE
There were two other men on the video that police have not yet identified. But authorities believe that they currently live in North Carolina. So Tar Heels goats beware! Let’s hope they track them down soon. But as for the poor abused goat in the video, police took it to Gwinnet Animal Shelter and looked over by a veterinarian. It’s already been adopted by local Samaritans as Sergio waived his ownership rights, as reported by police involved. So at least the goat got a nice new home!