Penn State Professor Arrested For Performing Sex Act With Dog In Public
I’m gonna be sick, and you may be, too. Via WTAJ:
A State College man is facing charges after being accused of committing lewd acts with his dog at Rothrock State Forest, according to court documents.
Court documents show that 64-year-old Themis Matsoukas is facing charges of open lewdness, indecent exposure, sexual intercourse with an animal, animal cruelty, and disorderly conduct.
Matsoukas had allegedly left the restroom in the parking area with his dog and was naked. Wearing only a black ski mask, backpack, and hiking boots, Matsoukas allegedly began to masturbate while filming himself on one of the previously mentioned iPads.
Different videos captured that same day during the incident allegedly showed Matsoukas moving his iPad to various spots and positions. At one point, investigators said he began to rub his chest and masturbate. He then bent over and pulled the dog’s leash, getting the dog to lick his anus while he continued.
In another report from CentreDaily, the man is identified as a Penn State professor:
The professor of chemical engineering — who earned his Ph.D. from Michigan — has been with Penn State since 1991. During that time, he’s written several books, published dozens of journal articles and won at least three teaching awards, including the Premier Teaching Award from the Penn State Engineering Alumni Society in 2017.
And in another report from Fox43, the teacher said he committed the grotesque animal cruelty to “blow off steam.” He also begged for police to shoot him. Too bad they didn’t.
When investigators told him they believed he knew why they were there, Matsoukas allegedly became panicked, repeatedly stating “I’m done, I’m dead,” investigators claim.
He allegedly begged the rangers to shoot him at one point, saying “I need to die,” the charging documents state.
Matsoukas allegedly told investigators “I do it to blow off steam,” the charging documents state.