An 80-year-old man has been found guilty of a range of offenses, including pleasuring himself whilst having a hand stuck up a cow's behind, as reported by somersetlive.co.uk.
The farmer, John Curno, has now been banned from every farm in the whole of Britain. He was found guilty, following a trial at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court this week, of two counts of outraging public decency and admitted to molesting several animals.
The courts heard that the accused had been visiting Park Lodge Farm in Uxbridge in West London, where he had been molesting the cattle for years, unknown to the owners. Sentencing was adjourned until next month, with bail conditions meaning the pensioner cannot step foot on any farm in the country.
This was not Mr. Curno’s first brush with the law and had previous arson convictions.
"You have been found guilty of both offenses and you will need to attend court at a later date for sentence." said the Judge in charge.
The conditions of his bail, means he is restricted from attending three locations identified and any farm animals in general. The farmer had been caught pleasuring himself, by the wife of the farmer, who spoke of her delight at the result of the trial.
"We are pleased with the result...He needs to be held accountable for the crimes he has committed.”, she said.
"He has been visiting us for ten years but we never considered anything like this, this is the first time he has been caught by police...We assumed that he liked the area and just liked cows, we just did not realise he liked them that much.", she continued.
The pensioner is due to be sentenced later in February and he has since claimed he would never put his hand up a cow’s behind, as he would be covered in urea. It is reported that he will appeal the conviction.
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