Kenya sex

11 Apr

Two lions spotted in a gay sexual encounter must have seen a homosexual couple "behaving badly" in their park and should be separated and given counselling, an official in Kenya said.The animals were photographed after one mounted the other in a secluded bush area of the Masai Mara game reserve in the south-west of the African country.But he added it was also possible that they were driven by evil forces, saying that “demons also possess animals”.Mr Mutua is an infamous figure in Kenya, dubbed the country's "moral policeman" for his controversial and often anti-LGBT public statements.“I mean where on earth have you ever heard something like this happening.

“And also I wish I can get the bio to confirm the two lions were actually male, because it is not normal.” Regardless, he called the beasts’ behavior “bizarre” — and plans to seclude the lions.The practice, which is widespread across parts of sub-Saharan Africa and Asia, sees patients chained to drainpipes, starved and abused, and forced to perform sexual acts in exchange for cash to pay off their bills, according to the paper published by Chatham House last week.Campaigners are calling on the global health community to take immediate action against medical detentions.Kenya has been mentioned in a report detailing countries where patients who can’t pay hospital bills are detained, tortured and even offer sex to male health workers before being discharged.It is known that hospitals detain hundreds of thousands of people against their will every year, many of them mothers and their new-born babies, simply because they are too poor to pay their medical bills, a study has found.