A man in the United Kingdom was banned from owning livestock for 10 years after the authorities learned he was having intercourse with a cow.
25-year-old Liam Brown was found with his pants down having intercourse with a cow at a farm in Burton, Dorset. When caught, Liam tried to escape from the cow’s furious owners by leaping into a different area of the farm, where he was then trampled by other cows.
Afterwards, he was on the ground yelling that he was “sorry” and that he “f***ed up”, and was later charged with “sexual penetration with a living animal” and “causing unnecessary suffering to a protected animal”.
The culprit’s shenanigans were captured via security cameras that the farm owners put up after they found random clothing and gloves, believing the cows were being “interfered with”. The farm owners were of the notion that the health of their cows were declining as well.
Brown was seen on the cameras chasing a calf around with a belt in hand, and when he was asked about this, he explained “he had finished and untied the calf”.
DNA samples served as proof that Brown disturbed the cow on a sexual level, and Brown’s court representative stated he was “remorseful and was devastated by the pain he caused”, though, an explanation was not provided as to why he did this.
The judge presiding over the case, Judge Keith Cutler, had the following to say:
“This is a very alarming, bizarre and worrying case. A man of your age getting involved in this behaviour – I’m sure you look back on it with shame and embarrassment. Your actions did cause unnecessary suffering to this animal. I hope that nothing like this will ever happen again.”
On top of the ban, Brown was handed a 36-month community order and must also perform 15 hours of work that will give him no pay – he was also demanded to pay £600 as compensation.
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