Horny Dolphin Causes Swimming Ban Off The West Coast Of France

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No matter how smart dolphins are, they are still no match for their uhh, reproductive instincts. Sounds familiar right? The same can be said for a lot of human beings too, but how many of them have tried to rape a dolphin? That’s right, zero. Meanwhile, there’s a dolphin in France which will just about rape anything that moves, including humans. So be careful when you call them cute, they might get the wrong idea.

The said dolphin, named Zafar, was apparently sexually frustrated. However, he wasn’t always like this. The 10-foot-long bottlenose dolphin was actually quite friendly before… in a non-sexual way. He was even a regular attraction on the West Coast of France in a place called Brest. Recently though, Zafar may have succumbed to his own fame and self-destructed, not unlike many Hollywood stars.

He moved to a new coastal town called Landevennec but people noticed that his behavior had changed. There were reports that Zafar often rubbed himself against swimmers and boats alike. There was no doubt that he was trying to mate with humans and other objects. One female swimmer even had to be rescued after Zafar kept her from going back to shore.

Hence, swimming was briefly prohibited in the West Coast of France. It could be that the mating season for dolphins began and Zafar was coming of age. Nevertheless, experts stated that despite being generally harmless and friendly, dolphins are large and powerful and can be a danger for humans. Thankfully, the ban only lasted relatively short since Zafar appears to have already left the area. Where did he go? No one knows, but perhaps a nudist beach is not off the list of places Zafar plans to visit next.

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