Georgia man arrested, could be deported after feeding cocaine, whiskey to goat

Joanna Estrada
February 19, 2018

White powder is caked on the goat's nostrils in the shaky, dimly lit video.

In what could be described as a case of human cruelty and blatant violation of animal rights, a 28-year-old man was arrested by authorities in the USA state of Georgia after a video of him grabbing a goat's horns while force-feeding the animal cocaine and whiskey went viral.

Palomares-Guzman then forced the goat's mouth open as the second suspect poured whiskey into the goat's mouth.

Palomares-Guzman, who Volkodav said shared the video with others, was caught when a tipster notified authorities. Authorities called the video "disturbing".

After arresting Grayson horse trainer Sergio Palomares-Guzman on charges related to forcing a goat to consume cocaine and whiskey, Gwinnett officials announced the goat has a new home. Palomares-Guzman said the incident happened on January 8.

Palomares-Guzman was taken to Gwinnett County Jail and placed on an ICE detainer. Palomares-Guzman is being held without bond.

Palomares-Guzman was captured holding a goat's horns while another pan shoved cocaine in the animal's nostrils.

The two other suspects have not been identified. Sergio Palomares-Guzman, 28, could be deported from the United States over the incident.

The goat was safely transported to the Gwinnett Animal Shelter where he received a veterinary exam and was given a clean bill of health. The goat was adopted on Saturday after the Palomares-Guzman waived his ownership rights, according to police.

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