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Bestiality bus with dozens of animals stopped in Pennsylvania

A bus suspected of being used for a bestiality operation was pulled over in southern Pennsylvania, causing authorities to notify the Adams County SPCA of a “strange situation.”

The incident occurred Saturday night when police said they came across a broken down school bus full of animals, which was pulling a trailer that also contained live mammals.

Cops contacted the animal rescue workers, who said on Facebook the cargo included 30 birds, four shepherd-breed dogs, a bull and a pony. They were able to secure the animals overnight and remove them from their squalid conditions the following day.

“The dogs were being fed the chickens and the bull and pony were being used for bestiality purposes (in another state),” the SPCA wrote.

The organization said Tuesday that due to “past crimes” committed by Shawn Hirschbine, the driver of the bus, they would spend $10,000 to check the animals for human DNA.

The animals aren’t ready for new homes, but the Adams County SPCA, which planned to close for a few days to deal with the matter, was seeking donations to help cover the care of the animals.

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Pennsylvania NBC affiliate WJAC said Hirschbine was arrested on an outstanding warrant in West Virginia for distributing obscene material to children.

It’s currently unclear what charges he could face, if any, for the treatment of the animals.

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