PETA Praise Robert Pattinson for Refusing to Masturbate a Dog in 'Good Time'

PETA Praise Robert Pattinson for Refusing to Masturbate a Dog in 'Good Time'
Robert Pattinson is gaining plenty of accolades for his performance in the Safdie BrothersGood Time, but one organization is giving him daps for something he didn't do in the movie.

In an interview with Jimmy Kimmel, Pattinson revealed that the directors wanted him to sexually pleasure a pooch. Pattinson explains that he was supposed to give a dog a handjob, and even had the approval of a breeder, but he ultimately decided not to pleasure the dog in real life.

It's a fairly funny anecdote, and it's also gained the approval of PETA. They told TMZ that masturbating a pup is a form of mistreatment "like child molestation."

"PETA depends on actors and crew members to come forward when they see mistreatment," they added, saying that they're now looking into the Good Time production to make sure that no animals were harmed.

Watch Pattinson discuss his intimate dog encounter below.