US columnist suggests using attack dogs to stop gay cruising
A newspaper columnist in Georgia has suggested using attack dogs to prevent men meeting for sex in public spaces.
Dick Yarbrough, a conservative columnist in the Marietta Daily Journal, proposed a “doggone solution” to the “boy-boy problem” of public sex in two suburban parks.
He wrote: “With a little instruction, dogs could be taught to severely dislike the gay lovers in Burruss and Wildwood and bite them in the fanny and do what City Council should have done years ago – chase them off to Atlanta where they belong.”
Yarbrough’s rancour also extended to smokers and mobile phone users, who he suggested could also come in for the dog solution.
“Assuming that works,” he added, “we will then tell the canines that cell phone users are really just possums with bad attitudes. The dogs will take it from there and then maybe the rest of us can have a little peace and quiet in Glover Park.”
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