Man says horse gave him sexual consent by winking at him
The horse had been left ‘traumatised’ after the ‘sick’ actions of the man
Webb-Jackson pleaded not guilty to committing an act of cruelty to an animal when he broke into stables in New South Wales, Australia.
The animal’s trainer said the two-year-old horse had been left ‘traumatised’ after the ‘sick’ actions of Webb-Jackson.
He said he and his staff suspected disturbances at the stables in the town of Grafton in the month before, and installed CCTV cameras as a security measure.
When the cameras triggered an alarm on the evening of January 22, a trainer saw Webb-Jackson opening a number of stables and called the police.
Police found Webb-Jackson crouching in the corner of a fourth open stable, where he was arrested after a short scuffle with police and taken to Grafton police station.
During police interviews Webb-Jackson admitted to committing two sexual acts with a horse.
He told police the filly smelt his crotch and winked at him, which he believed was the animal giving consent, The Daily Examiner of Grafton reported.
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