Judgment on parakeet abused man "self-centered crime" as fine as requested, 200,000 yen October 18, 13:43

The 34-year-old man, who was charged with violating the Animal Welfare Law, said the Nagoya Summary Court said, “It is a self-centered crime. "I was deeply wounded by a person who loved animals," he sentenced to a fine of 200,000 yen, as requested.

Defendant Yoshihiko Sakano (34), whose address is indefinite and unemployed, was abused in June by putting a contraceptive on his parakeet at home at the time in Nagoya to prevent him from moving. I was charged with violating the Animal Welfare Law.

In a ruling on the 18th, Judge Uesugi Jiro Akira of the Nagoya Simplified Court pointed out, “It is a self-centered and self-suspecting crime that the parakeet entrusted to the anger that it did not do.

“I posted a video of the abuse on the Internet, and I cannot deny the possibility of committing a crime for the purpose of satisfying my desire. I love animals by spreading cruel video. He gave me a deep heart wound, ”and handed me a fine of 200,000 yen as requested.

Over this case, signature activities demanding strict punishment spread on the Internet, and more than 10,000 petitions were submitted to the Nagoya Summary Court.