A donkey show is a form of sex tourism entertainment in Tijuana, Mexico involving bestiality with a donkey. Taxi drivers in Tijuana, Mexico offer tourists a ride to see a donkey show in the red light district. However, the real myth is the location of the show: police restrictions make it impossible for donkey shows to be held in Tijuana. The "donkey show" myth is deeply embedded in US popular culture, and it is one of the main reasons for visiting Tijuana, with tourists going up and down La Coahuila street, unsuccessfully trying to find the show. More recently the term has been used to describe a situation that has become a "complete mess". A fictional account appeared in the film Bachelor Party with Tom Hanks. It had a quaalude -popping,  cocaine -snorting donkey at the bachelor party ready to perform a donkey show, who dies of a drug overdose.
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The Donkey Show in Tijuana | Stairs to nowhere
Located just south of San Diego lies the Mexican border town of Tijuana. Underage college kids used to come here to drink, party and buy prescription drugs over the counter. Nowadays however the town has become synonymous with violence and the war on drugs. Unfortunately the reality is far more perverse than that. A donkey show is a live performance of bestiality between a woman and a donkey who is coaxed into having sexual intercourse with her.
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Don't have an account yet? Get the most out of your experience with a personalized all-access pass to everything local on events, music, restaurants, news and more. Dear Mexican: I've heard that the Tijuana donkey show featuring a female whore is not real other than the fact that they do bring out a donkey and do some simulation for people who are drunk. Dear Gabacho : You're right. And after months of research, the Mexican can confirm the full history of donkey shows, the supposed borderlands specialty in which women have sex with donkeys before a live paying audience.
I was a freshman in college in Austin and for some reason I decided to go to Nuevo Laredo with my roommate and his fraternity for the night. Only now, nearly twenty years later, am I coming to terms with what went down that night. I never talk about it. After the long drive straight down I we hit the border.