Man banned from every farm in UK after admitting sex with goat

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Man banned from every farm in UK after admitting sex with goat


A man from Wiltshire has been banned from every farm across the country after he admitted to having sex with a goat.

Robert Steven Newman, 23, from Devizes, had been due to stand trial for an act of sexual penetration with a living animal at a farm in Wiltshire in April this year.

The WIltshire Times reports that he appeared at North West Wiltshire Magistrate's Court in Chippenham on Monday after he changed his plea to guilty. He was then released on bail.

According to the Gazette Herald, he will be sentenced on 12 September.

In the meantime, reports the Evening Standard, he must obey a curfew between 7pm and 7am, and must stay away from any land where farm animals are kept.

Meanwhile, a man who enjoyed dressing up as a dog called called Bubblegum Husky has been arrested for having sex with a cat.

According to the Mirror, Ryan Havens Tannenholz, 28, of Boise, Idaho, abused the cat a number of times between January 2012 and January 2013.

He has been charged with six counts of crimes against nature and one count of cruelty to an animal.

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