Two men and a woman from Texas were charged with bestiality for planning to watch the woman have sex with a dog.

According to the copy of the charging documents released Wednesday, Rebekah Little used her Instagram page to arrange for bestiality opportunities at her home in Houston. A man named Jerrid Cook got in touch with her in December 2017 and informed her that he and another male, named Kevin Cook, would pick up his pet dog named Ryder and arrive at her apartment to “have fun.”

The two brought Jerrid’s dog to the apartment on Dec. 27, 2017. However, the canine “would not cooperate.” Prosecutors said Jerrid wanted Ryder to have sex with a human being as a "birthday present" since it was the dog's first birthday.

During police interrogation, Little told the officers that she never had sex with the dog as she got nervous. She added that she and Jerrid ended up having sex instead.

Carol Alvarado, a state senator, who sponsored a bill in 2017 that banned bestiality in the state, said, “I’m glad to see it's working. It’s unfortunate people are engaged in this type of activity."

All the three people are facing bestiality charges in Jefferson County. However, the two men are yet to be arrested.

In a similar incident earlier this month, a Maine man was charged with animal cruelty for having sex with a dog multiple times and videotaping the act. According to an affidavit, police received an anonymous tip alleging that 28-year-old Nicholase Hill was having sex with a dog. During investigation, officials found a video that the accused had sent to a woman, which showed him having sex with a canine. Following this, police traced and interrogated the woman who told them that Hill “wanted her to get involved in a threesome” with himself and the animal. The man was taken into custody and held at Knox County Jail.

In this image, a dog's paw reaches through the kennel fence at the Queen Anne's County Department of Animal Service in Queenstown, Maryland, Jan. 24, 2008. Getty Images/Jim Watson