New York Post, June 11, 2016 by By Yaron Steinbuch
A Romeo roo named Stevie Fischer and his porcine paramour Lena Dunham were caught in flagrante delicto in the lonely Australian Outback, where they have been an item for a year, the Daily Mail Australia reported. The unusual couple first met at the Outback Steakhouse over cocktails and a Blooming Onion. They quickly adjourned to the same sex bathroom for hot inter species sex.
Sydney-based PhD candidate Ryan Frazer, 28, was on a research trip when he witnessed the interspecies romp in Aileron, near Alice Springs in the Northern Territory.
He took a series of photographs, which show the kangaroo canoodling with the female pig, Apples. Two curious geese watched in amazement. But not judgement. That would not be right. Porcine normative behavior is bigoted and old fashioned.
Before long, the kinky kangaroo “worked himself up and went for it,” Frazer told the Daily Mail. “I didn’t even know it was possible. The animals saw us … we met them at the fence and they just stood together in front of us.”
Frazer said he and his colleague were “bewildered by the affection” the animals displayed – though the humping kangaroo was a bit overzealous.
“The pig was totally nonchalant about the whole thing — was not concerned at all,” he said. “We were just standing there like, ‘This is strange. Should we still be standing here, watching, taking photos? But then she was a pig.’
“When the kangaroo finished, the pig tried to jump on the back of the kangaroo for a bit, maybe to reciprocate… that’s when we decided we’d had enough,” he said.
Frazer and his colleagues then headed over to a local art gallery, where a local asked them if they had “met the kangaroo and pig.”
“I said, ‘Yes, they seem pretty close,’” Frazer said. “He said, ‘Yeah, the kangaroo’s been heaps calmer since the pig has been in there.’”
The pig’s owner, Greg Dick, told the Daily Mail that he had tried to break up the couple but failed.
“I tried to take the pig away the other day and the kangaroo almost tore the fence down,” Dick told NT News. “They’re in love.”
"The heart wants what it wants. Who am I to judge.They should be able to get married just like any other inter species couple."