Jordanian prison for a week for hitting a donkey in the face!

A criminal court in Jordan has sentenced a person to be imprisoned for a week with fees after being convicted of animal abuse.

In the details, the ruling came after it was proven to the court that the defendant hit the donkey in the face, which damaged his nose in addition to cutting the hair of his neck.

The defendant admitted to doing so, claiming that the donkey ate two sacks of barley that belonged to him.

PETA (People Demanding Equal Treatment for Animals) applauded the Jordanian government's decision regarding the court ruling against animal torture.

In a statement, the organization said in response to the donkey torture incident, PETA Animal Rights praises the Jordanian government's decision regarding the judicial ruling against animal torture.

"We are very happy with this decision and with taking torture very seriously, and we hope it will spread throughout the kingdom," said Jason Baker, deputy for international campaigns.

Baker added, "We have witnessed previously and for a long time many cases of torture, which did not receive justice or awareness programs to stop them, as the organization's free clinic received many cases of torture on a daily basis."

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