Asheboro, NC – The North Carolina Zoo is being sued after a girl claims she was sexually assaulted by a hippopotamus that had escaped the zoo for just a few hours yesterday.
The massive semiaquatic mammal apparently was capable of slip out of its enclosure final night time after huge flooding and a fallen tree severely broken the safety fence.
Clementine Gibbons, 64, is suing the zoo’s administration after she claims she was sexually assaulted by the massive beast after she was returning house that night time.
“At first I couldn’t consider what I noticed. I used to be terrified,” she informed reporters.
“It ran in the direction of me, pushed me to the bottom and simply jumped on me, grunting,” she recollects, visibly nonetheless traumatized.
“All I keep in mind is attempting to dodge its massive erect penis and big testicles from rubbing onto my face,” she added, horrified.
Gibbins says the two,800-pound animal lastly ejaculated after she tried rubbing his penis along with her toes and finally left her alone.
Asheboro locals first tried to capture the massive 1.4-ton semiaquatic mammal before zoo staff finally intervened.
Lucky to be alive
Helena Cozumel, professor of biology at the University of North Carolina, believes Gibbins is lucky to be alive after only suffering from multiple fractured ribs and a light concussion, according to doctors.
“We are talking about a 1,4-ton mammal trying to mate with a woman who weighs approximately close to 400 pounds. She is simply lucky to be alive,” she told reporters.
“He possibly mistook her for a small female hippopotamus because it was dark and was extremely sexually aroused because of all that time spent alone in captivity,” she explains.
“If she had not had the cunningness to rub his penis with her feet and make him ejaculate on her breasts, who knows where she would be right now?” she added, visibly relieved.
No North Carolina Zoo official has yet commented upon the lawsuit but a park spokesman told reporters the “complaint is being dealt with extremely seriously” and that “security issues are a main priority” at the moment.