A Montrealer accused of sexually abusing his dog

Montreal man accused of sexually abusing his dog


A Montreal man charged with child pornography and bestiality on his dog has been arrested again for illegally walking another pup, as well as attempting to bring children to the zoo.< /p>

“He failed, without lawful excuse, to comply with a prohibition against being in the presence or contact of a dog,” read the charges filed last week against Manuel Luis, at the Montreal courthouse.

Luis is a locksmith from Montreal North who was caught for the first time in 2019 following a report from the American authorities concerning a consumer of child pornography. Investigators were able to trace the 51-year-old man, who was quickly arrested.


However, while searching his computer equipment, the Montreal police would have discovered that in addition to illegal images of abused children, Luis also photographed himself sexually assaulting his dog nicknamed “Lucky”.

Accused of having possessed and transmitted child pornography as well as bestiality, the Montrealer had however managed to obtain his release pending trial. Among his conditions, he was strictly forbidden to approach both children and dogs. would have seen another canine walking on a leash. And right after, he was seen going to a woman's house, only to come out with two young children. 

At the zoo

He was preparing at that time to get them into his vehicle to take them for a ride to Parc Safari, according to what was learned.

The police immediately proceeded to the arrest of Luis. Detained since, Manuel Luis hopes, however, to be released again on conditions.

“We are in discussions with the spouse of Mr. Luis in order to offer guarantees to the court”, explained to the court his lawyer , Michael Morena, after the Crown objected to Luis being released.

As of now, there is no indication that Luis sexually assaulted the animal he was walking the week last.

Luis was due to stand trial next December. The case will return to court on Thursday.

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