Florida Man Falls Victim to Leprosy After Sex with Armadillo

Maytown, FA | A 22-year old man has contracted leprosy after family members admittedly reported to officials that the young man had frequent sexual relations with the family’s domesticated armadillo.

The young man that is being hospitalized at the Central Florida Regional Hospital is suffering from an advanced condition that doctors have determined to be Hansen’s disease, or leprosy, an affliction that has seen a dramatic revival in southern states where 9 cases have already been diagnosed in Florida alone since last October, according to the Department of Health.

Doctors interrogated family members after the disease had proliferated to the young man’s pubic area, an uncommon area of the body for the affliction to spread.

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Dr. James H. Potter, of the Central Florida Regional Hospital, says every reported case of leprosy this year involved people who were in direct contact with armadillos

Not an STD

“At first glance, we tried to treat the affliction as an STD, but we soon realized our treatments were unsuccessful and the disease kept spreading more intensely until family members decided to tell us about the family animal” explains Dr. James H. Potter.

“The family was afraid of legal consequences for the boy, but I’m glad they told us the entire story so that we can now treat him properly and prevent further spread of the disease” he added.

The family members intervention might have saved the man’s life, believe experts.

A shy young man

“Timothy always had a hard time interacting with others and making friends. He was always so keen about animals, so we decided to let him keep the animal after he had caught him last spring” admits Jane Whitestone, mother of the 22-year old man.

“He was very fond of the little critter, he would spend all his time with him, even sleeping with him at night. We knew it was a bit awkward for a 22-year old to spend so much time with an armadillo, but he looked so happy, we never said a thing” she told local reporters.

According to the Center for Disease Control, armadillos are the only animal to carry leprosy, a bacterial disease that affects the skin and nerves. The Health Resources and Services Administration has reported that there are currently about 6,500 cases of the disease in the U.S.

6 Comments on "Florida Man Falls Victim to Leprosy After Sex with Armadillo"

  1. The whole family should be jailed for soliciting the rape of the innocent animal. The boy should be left to dye in quaenteen. He shouldn’t be allowed back into the human population.

  2. “Transpecies Community” pigressives who brought aids and leprosy to humans, defy their biology per deviant rules of behavior, are entitled to morph mentally and act out their fantasies, say democrat activists.

  3. Hey ace only whites are into bestality and only trump sorrporters are white and dumbfucks cause trump could fart in your face and you’ll tell him it smells good

  4. Walukagga Timothy | August 6, 2017 at 5:15 pm | Reply

    But let’s open our eyes to also remember that it was like this way that AIDS was invented. Just by such so called wise guys who are satanic to that extent.

  5. This is dumb as hell….how can a man’s penis penetrate an small animal like that UNLESS the man’s penis is the size of a small broken pencil…..ijs

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