A MAN is said to have beaten up his wife after she caught him sexually abusing their dog in the bathroom.
Cops from the South Euclid Police Department in Ohio were contacted shortly before 8pm on Sunday by a 55-year-old woman who reported a domestic violence incident, according to a graphic incident report.
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The victim said her husband Wayne Langsdale, 27, was in the bathroom at their home when she heard the cries of their pet Maltipoo.
When she opened the door she says Langsdale was sitting on the toilet with his trousers around his ankles and was abusing the dog.
The woman then screamed at her husband, asking him why he would do such a thing and adding it was “illegal, nasty and a mean thing to do to a dog,” according to a report.
She then ordered her husband out of the house before attempting to call the police but Langsdale claimed the cops would not do anything because “it’s just a dog”.
But as she tried to call the police Langsdale is said to have called her a “snitch b***h,” told her he hated her and then repeatedly pushed her in the chest with both his hands.
He is then said to have twisted his wife’s left arm behind her back until she was forced to drop her mobile.
The report noted: “Once he had the phone, he spit on [the wife] and pushed her in her back and knocked her to the floor.”
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Before Langsdale fled the apartment he is thought to have thrown his wife’s mobile down three floors, smashing it to pieces.
Police have issued a warrant for Langsdale’s arrest under charges of domestic violence and a misdemeanour of sexual conduct with an animal.
According to the report, Langsdale has previous domestic violence convictions and the victim told police her husband had attacked before Sunday’s incident.
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