Woman Regrets Porno Act With A Dog


A woman who pleaded guilty to bestiality for performing a sex act with a dog to please her male lover has had her conviction set aside.

The woman, who cannot be named for legal reasons, had struck up sexually loaded chats with the man over the internet before they met up.

During their eventual tryst, he persuaded her to let him film her sexually interacting with a dog before she told him to stop.

The woman pleaded guilty to bestiality in May 2014, with a judge deciding to record a conviction in the community's interests.

He noted the then-university student's desire to work with disadvantaged kids and her apparent susceptibility to manipulation.

But the Queensland Court of Appeal on Tuesday found the judge made a mistake as to the magnitude of that risk.

'The applicant is a young woman who made a very poor choice which she plainly regrets,' Justice David Jackson observed.

'Her ill-conceived and tawdry sexual adventure has resulted in some public embarrassment and other consequences associated with being prosecuted for an indictable offence.'

He noted the young woman didn't seem to get any sexual gratification from the act, and rather, sought to accommodate her lover's perverse tastes.

This was supported by his colleagues on the Court of Appeal's three-judge panel.

SOURCES: SKYNEWS


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