Can you imagine a judge talking like that?!Jailing him, Judge Alistair McCallum told Hoyle "Never before in my time at the bar or on the bench have I ever had to deal with somebody who voluntarily allowed himself to be buggered by a dog on the public highway. Frankly it is beyond most of our comprehension. It is an absolutely disgusting thing for members of the public to have to witness
yes mate, on the basis that 'Buggary' used to be a crime.....though I belive it is now acceptable (unless you live in the Isle of Man)mcfarfs said:I don't think its true though...it's not actually a BBC News story is it, and there is no link to a proper news story.
Plus, as one of the BBC forum members points out.. the judge says
Can you imagine a judge talking like that?!
reminds me of that story i read last year about the guy bloke who raped a goat...a train was driving past and ppl saw what was going on...some phone the cops on their mobiles and when arrested they found goats hairs in his kegs!!Gorshin2.0 said:To be honest, I would pay good money to see this Imagine driving by. I would be in tears of laughter and would probably crash.
....he defended himself by saying that he and the racoon where in love....Xusia Of Delos said:I remember a similar case in the States a few years ago where a guy was caught having sex with a Racoon. He was charged with animal cruelty. He defended himself in court and based his defense around the fact that as the Racoon was already dead what was the harm. Apparrently he got convicted but died soon after with a illness not often seen in people.