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South L.A. Man Convicted for Shagging Shelter Dog

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A 62-year-old South L.A. man has been convicted after he was seen having sex with a female German Shepherd mix under a freeway overpass, according to KTLA. Arrested earlier this year for the assault on the dog he adopted from a shelter, Wade Strickland plead guilty to cruelty and lewd conduct and has been placed on three years' probation. He is also required to attend 24 animal care counseling sessions and is prohibited from owning any animals in the future. Just. Ew.