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French beach town bans swimming because of a very horny dolphin

French beach town bans swimming because of a very horny dolphin

Zafar the dolphin just wanted to find love. And maybe a quick hook up. 

The sexually frustrated dolphin has been wreaking havoc in Landévennec, Brittany, a seaside town in the north of France. The town had to ban swimming because the dolphin, who locals nicknamed Zafar, wouldn’t stop rubbing up on boats and innocent beachgoers. According to the Telegraph, Zafar even “used its nose to push one woman out of the water and up into the air.”

The playful dolphin used to delight locals and tourists alike by cruising alongside boats and letting swimmers hold onto his dorsal fin for a ride. 

“But then a few weeks ago he changed,” the Telegraph reports. 

Although Zafar never got aggressive, he did try to prevent beachgoers from returning to shore. One swimmer who was subjected to the dolphin’s lovemaking had to be rescued by boat, the Guardian says.

The frisky dolphin’s advances have gotten so bad that Roger Lars, the mayor of Landévennec, issued a bylaw that banned swimming and diving “whenever the presence of the dolphin is confirmed.”

Although dolphins don’t go into heat during a specific season like some mammals, they engage is recreational sex all year round and have a history of behaving sexually toward other species — including humans. 

And yes, horrifyingly enough, there have been cases of human-dolphin relations

Experts from Oceanpolis, an aquarium in nearby Brest, told local news outlets that people should “never get too close to a marine mammal at full sexual maturity” because they could unintentionally cause serious injuries. 

The ban was lifted Monday “after Zafar moved away from the coast,” the Guardian reports. 

Hopefully he found a nice dolphin who’s just as uh, affectionate, as he is.

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