A Court in New South Wales (AUS) has heard how a man who had sex with a Horse on TWO occasions claimed that the horse actually ‘consented’ to the act
Wednesday 18th July | by Cop(ex) | Connect with us on Twitter |
You would be forgiven for thinking that this article comes under the category of ‘fake news’. But unfortunately, it does not.
In fact, the story was initially reported on the News.Com.AU website – which is not known for faking stories.
The male in question has been jailed for the acts of bestiality, but not before the Court was told how the male claimed that the horse CONSENTED to the ‘sex’ by ‘winking’ at him.
A Horse trainer described how the horse would have been left “traumatised” after Daniel Raymond Webb-Jackson, 31, committed two sexual acts with the horse after he broke into its stables earlier this year.
Webb-Jackson reported pleaded not guilty to committing an act of cruelty to the horse that took place on 22nd Jan ’18.
The trainer said he and his staff suspected that there had been a disturbance at the stables, so installed some CCTV.
During the incident that led to Webb-Jackson’s arrest, the CCTV cameras triggered an alarm that enabled staff to remotely see the CCTV images where Webb-Jackson could be seen opening a number of stables.
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Concerned staff immediately called the Police.
Upon arrival at the location, Police found Webb-Jackson trying to hide in the corner of one of the stables.
After a short struggle, Webb-Jackson was arrested and taken to Grafton Police Station.
During the subsequent Police interviews, Webb-Jackson admitted on tape to having had sex on two separate occasions with a horse.
He told police that the filly ‘smelt his crotch’ and ‘winked at him’, which he believed was the animal giving consent, The Daily Examiner of Grafton reported.
The trainer said he was preparing the horse to race, but the incident had changed the demeanour of the animal dramatically.
“She is only a little two-year-old and we had to put her out in the paddock,” the trainer said.
“The filly went from being quiet to just being highly strung, she changed in 24 hours. We had to put her in the paddock to try and get her head right.
“You don’t want to see this sort of thing happening, it’s really sick stuff.”
In her judgment, Magistrate Karen Stafford said: ‘the basis of the animal cruelty act was to ensure humans protected the welfare and the manner of treatment of animals, and the definition of cruelty must be considered in light of the objective of the act.’
She said the two sexual acts — allowing a horse to fellate Webb-Jackson and digitally penetrating the horse — amounted to acts of cruelty.
Webb-Jackson was jailed for 10 months with a non-parole period of four months and was also fined $700.
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