Louth man admitted sex with girlfriend’s dog


A man admitted having sex with his girlfriend’s dog when he appeared before Skegness Magistrates Court.

Wayne Bryson, 19, of Harvey’s Lane, Louth, admitted performing an act of sexual penetration with the Staffordshire bull terrier on January 17, contrary to the Sexual Offences Act.

He also admitted to possessing 315 grammes of cannabis bush on January 22.

Nick Todd, prosecuting, said Bryson’s girlfriend was looking for some photographs on an old phone of Bryson’s when she saw the video of him having full intercourse with her dog.

She took the phone to the police and Bryson was arrested.

He was unable to give any reason to the police and claimed he had not done it before.

He was also found to have an amount of cannabis bush in his possession which he said he had bought wet for£10 and was drying out.

Mr Todd said it was accepted it had been for his own use and not for dealing.

Defending, Gordon Holt said the starting point for this offence was a community order and asked the magistrates to order a full probation report.

The magistrates agreed and ordered a report for sentencing on March 5.

Bryson was granted bail on the condition he is never alone with any animal.

The maximum sentence for the offence is one of two years imprisonment.