The 23-year-old migrant was discovered in the midst of his depraved act by a young girl, who then alerted her babysitter. Staff then called the police who detained the man on suspicion of violating the Animal Welfare Act.
The man is also facing charges under Article 138a (public nuisance laws) of the German Criminal Code.
Görlitzer Park is particularly popular with children due to the petting zoo which is open to the public, but this did not deter our migrant guest.
The wider Kreuzberg area is a suburb of Berlin that is heavily populated by 1st and 2nd generation Turkish migrants. It’s no coincidence, then, that Görlitzer Park has garnered a reputation in recent years for being especially popular with drug dealers.
What was once a beautiful tourist attraction has been reduced to a Graffiti-laden cesspit of drug crime and loitering migrant males.
But one would assume that the lack of native German women in the area would result in sexual crimes diminishing, yet now we must sadly add farm animals to the list of beings unsafe as a result of The Great Replacement.
We can already say with some certainty that this latest sexually disturbed migrant will be back on the streets within 12 months, as opposed to back in Arabia where he should be after this flagrant violation of European law (and natural sensibility, for that matter).