Becca and Dieko, European otters who have lived together since 2015 at the Paris Zoological Park, received a visit from a strange bather last Wednesday.
A man, naked as a worm, dabbled with the two animals for a while before being surprised by an employee.
Without disassembling, the intruder got out of the water and, for some unknown reason, began "to make circular movements with his penis in the direction of the young woman", according to a police source.
One of the witnesses to the scene immediately called the police.
A crew from the 12th century police station went to the scene.
He refused to have his fingerprints taken
The arrest was stormy.
Still under the watchful eye of Becca and Dieko, the wild bather rebelled.
The officials still managed to get it under control.
The victim, for his part, filed a complaint.
Police custody for sexual exhibition was also difficult.
The man refused to have his fingerprints and genetic profile taken, only responding to the police "with screams in Romanian".
The case was settled at the psychiatric infirmary where a doctor considered that his state of health was not compatible with police custody.
He was eventually interned.
According to the Institute of Higher Studies of the Ministry of the Interior, “more than 560,000 people aged 18 to 76 declared having been victims of sexual exhibition in 2017, which corresponds to 1.3% of the French population. metropolitan ”. And analysts note that "however, less than 6,200 victims of this offense were recorded by the security forces in 2017."