Christina Calello and her ex-boyfriend Geoffrey Springer have been arrested for filming sexual acts with their dog. According to the report, Geoffrey filmed the act while Calello engaged in the act with the dog.
The New York Post has more;
A Florida woman was arrested Tuesday for allegedly committing sexual acts with her dog while her ex-boyfriend, who was also arrested, recorded on video, police said.
Christina Calello, 36, “willingly engaged in sexual activity with the dog on multiple occasions” over the course of roughly eight years, according to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Department.
Her ex-lover, 39-year-old Geoffrey Springer, of Largo, allegedly recorded the encounters and put them on a hard drive.
The dog, which had no visible injuries, was taken to an animal hospital by deputies for a routine examination. The nature of the sexual acts was not disclosed by police.
The pair were taken to the Pinellas County Jail and charged with sexual activity involving animals. Calello, a New Jersey native living in Safety Harbor, posted a $5,000 bond and was released, county jail records show. Calello was also arrested and charged with domestic battery in May.
This is where the term “Florida Man” comes from.
Florida Man is an Internet meme popularized in 2013, and then re-popularized in 2020. “Florida Man” refers to an alleged prevalence of male persons performing irrational or absurd actions in the US state of Florida. Internet users typically submit links to news stories and articles about unusual or strange crimes and other events occurring in Florida, with the headlines often literally having “Florida Man…” mentioned in the titles or subtitles of such news reports.
The Miami New Times claimed that freedom of information laws in Florida make it easier for journalists to obtain information about arrests from the police than in other states and that this is responsible for the large number of news articles. A CNN article on the meme also suggested that the breadth of reports of bizarre activities is due to a confluence of factors, including public records laws giving journalists fast and easy access to police reports, the relatively high and diverse population of the state, its highly variable weather, and gaps in mental health funding.
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