High-Heeled Mice-Stompers Convicted of Cruelty
Women made bloody film to satisfy creepy foot fetishist
By Mary Papenfuss, Newser Staff
Posted Nov 17, 2011 12:20 AM CST
Women made bloody film to satisfy creepy foot fetishist.   (?picto:graphic)

(Newser) – Squeak. Crushing live mice with their high heels to satisfy a foot fetishist didn't turn out to be the cat's meow for a pair of female exhibitionists. They've been convicted of animal cruelty in a German court after making a video of their bloody exploits to sell to their creepy client. “Customers who watch films with such content satisfy themselves watching pretty women slowly step on the animals, while wearing socks, high heels or while barefoot,” the prosecutor explained at the women's trial. The duo also stomped on two lizards and three geckos, ran over 12 mice with a car, and burned mice with cigarettes, reports the Local, citing the Süddeutsche Zeitung

One of the women was given a 9-month suspended sentence and a $750 fine. Her pal is missing and couldn't be sentenced. Their client is being tried in a separate court. The attorney for the sentenced woman blasted the harsh penalty. “One has to see that my client did not torture the animals for fun, rather that she needed the money that she had been promised in advance,” he said. The lawyer claimed the conviction has ruined her plans to attend a business school in the US.

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Nov 17, 2011 1:57 PM CST
No, good! Good! She deserves her punishment. Tell me, who the fuck DOESN'T "need the money"? Does that make it okay for us to all go around torturing animals?
Nov 17, 2011 10:26 AM CST
My question for the woman who wanted to come to America and study what the phuck were you going to crush in order to pay for business school?
Nov 17, 2011 8:24 AM CST
I get that it's for a sick purpose, but how is this morally worse than me putting mouse traps throughout my garage and laundry room?