Danish lawmakers outlaw sex with animals, in a 91-75 vote
Denmark has outlawed bestiality, putting the small Scandinavian country in line with several European neighbours, including Germany, Sweden and Norway. In a 91-75 vote, Danish lawmakers approved Tuesday banning sex with animals. Five abstained. The law proposal had been introduced in February by Denmark's farming minister Dan Joergensen, who wanted to tighten the law on animal welfare and protection.