Sergio Palomares-Guzman, 28, is charged with aggravated animal cruelty
This is the shocking moment a goat is force-fed cocaine and whiskey.
The video, which is shot in poor light and low quality, begins with a group of men speaking to one another in Spanish.
One man administers cocaine to the goat’s nose using the bottom of a plastic spoon – next, one man grab’s the goat’s horns when another pours whiskey down its throat as the men shout in the background.
Horse trainer Sergio-Palomares-Guzman, 28, from Georgia, has been charged with animal cruelty, according to a report by the Gwinnett County Sheriff’s Office.
Palomares-Guzman began sharing the video on social media, which led a tipster to alert the authorities.
Palomares-Guzman was later taken into custody, where he remains in lieu of $11,200 bail.
Two other men in the video remain unidentified. Police believe they live in North Carolina. One of the other two men allegedly did nothing to harm the goat.
The video, shot in poor light, features the men speaking Spanish and forcing the goat to take the substances and drink the alcohol
According to a police report, Palomares-Guzman allegedly put cocaine on the goat’s nostril and poured whiskey down its throat with the help of an unidentified man. He’s currently in Gwinnett County Jail on $11,200 bond
Palomares-Guzman told police that the event caught on tape took place on January 2.
The owner of the ranch in Grayson, Georgia, where Palomares-Guzman worked was unaware of the incident until approached by authorities with warrants on Thursday, according to a report by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Palomares-Guzman is also subject to review and detention by ICE due to his status as an immigrant.
The goat is up for adoption at a Georgia animal shelter.