Benalmadena expats horrified by psychopathic killings of animals in local park

Published:  4 Nov at 6 PM
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Tagged: Spain, USA, South Africa
British expats in Spain's popular Benalmadena are being warned about a possible psychopath killing animals in the town’s park.

British expats are branding as a psychopath the unknown person responsible for decapitating rabbits and injuring other animals in the city’s popular Paloma Park. The city’s large expat community was horrified when a local resident shared online images of one decapitated rabbit as well as the news that she’d found more seriously injured rabbits in the park as well as several dead birds.

Branding the as yet unknown assailant as ‘pure evil’ and hoping the person would be caught before more animals were killed, the community as a whole is disgusted by the finds, with eye witnesses reporting they’d seen teenaged boys abusing animals in the same park during September. One boy and his two friends were caught kicking ducks and chickens, with the witness posting news of the abuse on Facebook along with the information that one of the boys had attempted to wring one rabbit’s neck. The expat witness grabbed the rabbit and chased off the teenagers.

Expats in the town are now fearing the murderous attacks will continue and get worse unless the culprits are caught and dealt with, as USA professional profiling research has established that childhood animal cruelty is a common behavioral trait for rapists and serial killers. It seems many, including Moors murderer Ian Brady, abused animals at a young age, progressing to multiple murders in adulthood. Local expat media outlets are now asking readers to come forward if they have witnessed such behavior in the park.
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