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Shakey

War Hero
Following on from recent sheep shagging and horse fun threads -

MAN HAS SEX WITH DEAD DEER!

A man is accused of having sex with the carcass of a deer that he found lying beside the road – but his lawyer denies that he committed bestiality, on the grounds that a dead deer isn't an animal any more.

20-year-old Bryan James Hathaway of Superior, Wisconsin allegedly had sex with the deer corpse after he found it on the roadside on October 11 this year. Authorities say he told police that he noticed the deer lying in a ditch, and then moved the corpse into the woods.

He is charged with 'sexual gratification with an animal' – but in a magnificent piece of legal footwork, his attorney argues that he can't be guilty of that crime, because a carcass isn't an animal, the Duluth News Tribune reports.

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Public defender Fredric Anderson filed a motion last week which claimed: 'The statute does not prohibit one from having sex with a carcass.'

He said that if you try to include corpses in the category of 'animals', then 'you really go down a slippery slope with absurd results.' The only clear place to draw a line in the definition of what is an animal, and what isn't, was at the point of death, he argued.

He gave the example of a roast turkey – with which it would be illegal to have sex under the braoder interpretation of the law – claiming that it was unreasonable to suggest it should still be classified as an animal for the purposes of law.

In response, prosecutor James Broughner argued that a deer carcass is still an animal – pointing out that in his statement to police, Hathaway called the corpse a 'dead deer,' demonstrating that he still thought of it as an animal.

Judge Michael Lucci noted when hearing the arguments that: 'I'm a little surprised this issue hasn't been tackled before in another case.'

If Hathaway is convicted, he could serve up to two years in prison, because of a previous conviction in 2005 for shooting dead a horse called Bambrick. So that he could have sex with it.

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Thanks Shakey - I'll be bringing this up over the Christmas Dinner - such a change from discussing the Queen's speech...
 

jossman

Badgeman
sweeney said:
There was that bloke from Grimethorpe who shagged that goat and claimed it was consensual.

Folk from Grimethorpe in S.Yorks would like you to know that they don't SHAG goats, they make love to them. Explained to me by a Yorkie.
 

Stripey_G

War Hero
golden_rivet said:
slim said:
She may have been French but was she a beast?
and was she alive or dead? :twisted:
Does it, or did it, matter??? She was French FFS!
I'll be eying up that turkey this xmas now, dead or alive.(gives a good "gobble" when alive tho) :x 8O 8O
 
andym said:
Just WTF goes through these peoples minds???????????
I feel just the same way about women who want to have sex with furless men. What goes through their minds... I means unfurry = nothing to stroke! 8O
 

Stripey_G

War Hero
Always_a_Civvy said:
andym said:
Just WTF goes through these peoples minds???????????
I feel just the same way about women who want to have sex with furless men. What goes through their minds... I means unfurry = nothing to stroke! 8O
don't you think Always, they have enough to stroke without thinking of beards? and if you're well hairy round yer bollox, that would surfice? :?
 

Stripey_G

War Hero
Anyways, lets get back to this shagging of the dead (or alive!) horses, sheep,deer,hamsters, mice....errr...sorry... :oops: :oops:
 
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