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This story corrects a previous version that said Corrao posted $2,000 bail. Records show he remains in the Hillsborough County Jail on a $5,000 bond. Pinky the flamingo dances during a visit to the Herald-Tribune in 2013. STAFF PHOTO / RACHEL S. O’HARA HeraldTribune.com August 4, 2016 10:01 AM
TAMPA Veterinarians at Busch Gardens had to euthanize “Pinky” the dancing flamingo after a man grabbed her from an animal viewing area and threw her to the ground in front of his children.
According to a police report, 45-year-old Joseph Anthony Corrao of Orlando was visiting the theme park with his mother and his three teenagers on Tuesday when he reached into a pen in the Jambo Junction area, picked up a flamingo and set it down.
Police say his mother told him to leave the birds alone after he picked up another one. And that’s when he threw Pinky down so hard that its foot was nearly severed, the police report said.
Pinky was taken to the park’s Animal Care Center, where veterinarians deemed they needed to humanely euthanize her because of the traumatic injuries.
Corrao was detained by the park’s security and arrested by Tampa police on a charge of felony animal cruelty.
Judge John Conrad had strong words for Corrao in court on Wednesday.
“It actually borders on depraved,” the judge said. “Mr. Corrao, I don’t know if you have other issues. I don’t know who does that, I really don’t. I don’t relate to that on any level.”
The judge ordered him held in the Hillsborough County Jail on a $5,000 bond on a felony count of aggravated cruelty to animals. this linkJail records did not list a defense attorney.
The day before the incident, Corrao posted to Facebook about his planned trip to a Tampa Bay Rays game with his two sons.
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