As heavily reported elsewhere, a 22-year-old going by “Natalie Dylan” is auctioning off her virginity through the legal Bunny Ranch brothel in Carson City, Nevada. Well, the auction has reached $3.8 million, but one offer seems more peculiar: a zookeeper has offered a live tiger.
This raises quite a few questions: What zoo does this guy work at? Would it be legal to exchange said tiger for sex? How long will it be until PETA takes a position?
“I get really, really off the wall stuff,” Dylan said. “I get some really out there ones like this one guy who works at a zoo and he offered to break out a tiger — then there’s this guy who offered to divulge medical secrets.”
While stealing a tiger would clearly be illegal, selling tigers in the US is allowed with some rules, including many localities that ban the practice altogether. The federal Captive Wildlife Safety Act prevents selling big cats across state lines and requires the animals be given adequate space, but does not outlaw owning tigers as pets.
Anyone know what the going rate for a tiger is? I’m guessing it’s less than $3.8 million.
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