Man Calls 911 After He Becomes ‘Stuck In The Act’ With His Dog
Man Calls 911 After He Becomes ‘Stuck In The Act’ With His Dog. A Tampa, Florida man horrified neighbors as he was screaming for help in a not so private area of his front yard. 57-year-old Bernard Marsonic was engaging in a despicable act with his dog Pounder in the front yard of his home in a quiet neighborhood. It was shortly after the “act” began that Pounder became stuck on the inside of his owner. Unable to separate himself from his dog, Marsonic yelled for help. One of the neighbors was quoted by saying, “He really sounded like he was in a lot of pain.” Many of the shock and dismayed neighbors were yelling for him to stop, but he just replied, “I can’t we are stuck.” Luckily for Marsonic his cell phone was near by and he was able to call 911.
According to a local veterinarian, “Dogs often get “stuck” during the act of mating. It is due to the male dogs Bulbus Glandis. The swelling of the dogs member is located towards the rear end of its shaft. As soon as the male dog inserts himself and begins to thrust, the Bulbus Glandis enlarges to a firm spherical shape, resulting in the so-called “coital tie”. This prevents the male dog and his partner from separating immediately after he is finished with his business, and it may last from 5 – 60 minutes.”
Marsonic was stuck to Pounder for approximately 35 minutes before paramedics could separate the two, according to police. Marsonic said, “This is the first time I have ever been on the receiving end with Pounder, I had no idea this would happen. Usually he does what I tell him, he is very submissive. So I couldn’t understand why he wouldn’t listen when I told him to get off of me.” Marsonic, a convicted felon, found himself in even more trouble when the police searched his home and found a gun and ammunition inside. A total of eight dogs were removed from his home and taken to animal control. According to Marsonic’s confession he alternated dogs every night.