Man Claims He Had a 6-Month Affair With a Dolphin After She ‘Seduced’ Him at a Water Park

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A man has admitted that he had a sexual relationship with a dolphin that lasted 6 months whilst working at a waterpark in Florida.

The man in question is Malcolm Brenner, who claims to have had an “affair” with a dolphin named Dolly, fifty years ago…

Now sixty-three, Brenner was a student photographer when he embarked on the disturbing “relationship” back in 1971.

He claims it lasted 6 months, and came about after “she seduced him” at the theme park in Sarasota, Florida.

Brenner has since written a novel, Wet Goddess, where he describes a similar fictional relationship between a dolphin named Ruby and a young man, seemingly based on his own experiences.

He said: “I wrote this book for dolphins because we are mistreating these animals by keeping them in captivity.”

Now that’s rich!

He has also opened up about his relationship in an unsettlingly graphic documentary called Dolphin Love.

According to Brenner, he suffered abuse as a child, which resulted in his attraction to animals.

Albeit shockingly, when Brenner was working as a photographer for the waterpark back in the ’70s, this kind of animal abuse wasn’t illegal.

Due to his position, Brenner had access to Dolly after the park had closed…

He recalled that Dolly “announced her intentions to me by positioning herself so I was rubbing against her.”

Brenner explained: “At first I discouraged her, I wasn’t interested. After some time I thought ‘if this was a woman would I come up with these rationalizations and excuses?’

“It was when the park was closing that we successfully eluded the male dolphin so we could spend some time alone.”

Dolly was eventually moved to another park after 6 months, and sadly died 9 months later.

Brenner believes she committed suicide, by “voluntarily stopping breathing,” which can happen when dolphins are depressed.

He said: “I called it a relationship because that’s what it was. When she died it made me feel terrible and I fell into a depression which lasted 5 years.”

But no matter how much Brenner tries to romanticize his “summer fling,” it should never be condoned.