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Bizarre! Man charged for having unnatural sex with three cows in Vadodara
In a shocking incident, the Gujarat Police arrested a man from Por village located in Vadodra district on Monday night, for allegedly having unnatural sex with a milkman's three cows.

According to the local police, the incident occurred between Sunday night and Monday morning, in which one of the sexually assaulted cows was found dead by complainant Lalji Rabari.

Regarding this, a complaint was lodged at Varnama police station against the accused for having unnatural sex, committing mischief by killing and injuring the cattle, outraging religious feelings and under Animal Cruelty Act.

Talking about this case, the police said, "When Rabari came to the cow shed on Monday morning, he found legs of three cows were tied with rope and one was lying dead. When Rabari probed further, he suspected that somebody might have had unnatural sex with bovines. He suspected Rathodiya, who worked for him as a labourer as he had indulged in a similar act with a calf two years back. Rabari picked him up from his house and handed him over to police."

During the police interrogation, the accused whose name is Rathodiya, claiming to be a 'mentally challenged', confessed to the crime. An investigating officer informed that Rathodiya told them he was accompanied by his brother and two other persons during this shameful incident.

However, on investigating further, the cops found that Rathodiya was only misleading them by giving flippant answers.

"When we talked to the villagers, they told us that Rathodiya has psychological problems and he even blabbers when he is alone," said the police official.

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