Man accused of sex with a pony can explain everything- almost!

There’s nothing comical about bestiality, but these “zoophiles” always turn out to be quite the characters.  Our last foray into zoophiles was covered in a post titled “What It’s Like To Date A Horse- New York Magazine Has Gone Too Far.”  It’s an interesting read to say the least.  The zoophile profiled in the article is one strange guy!  We don’t know if the man being accused of having sex with a Shetland pony is strange, but his case and trial sure are.  Alan Barnfield, 44 years old, of Hexthorpe, Doncaster is on trial and being accused of having sex with a pony named Sky.  He allegedly had is way with Sky in a field in the village of Loversall, in the early hours of August 8, 2012.

At his trial, Barnfield seemed to have all the answers, that is, except for one.  When the prosecutor asked Barnfield why police who had questioned him found him sweating profusely, he explained that he was on medication for blood pressure and taking painkillers that made him sweat a lot.  When the same prosecutor accused him of carrying around three cans of deodorant in order to mask the “horse smells,” he told the jury, he “sometimes sweated so much it dripped off his arms!”  And also, he works at deodorant factory, and has about 20 cans of deodorant at home!!!  It all seems to add up right?  If you were on the jury, you’re thinking “so far, they’ve got nothing on this guy.”  That is, until the prosecutor casually slips in this line…”You had the DNA of a horse on swabs that were taken on your penis and that’s because you had intercourse with Sky.”  Doooh!  Unfortunately, they don’t tell us his explanation for that one.  If that wasn’t enough, they also found images and video of bestiality on his mobile phone.

Yea, he’s guilty, but that’s not the point or why we’re bothering to cover this story.  In this case, neighbors had seen Barnfield leading two horses into a wooded area and called the police thinking he was trying to steal the horses.  Unfortunately, from the evidence, it seems the police didn’t show up in time.  There won’t always be neighbors around to call the police the next time (not that it even prevented this crime, but at least they caught the guy) and I can tell you for a fact, there will be a next time. How do I know? Because these zoophiles are real, they live all around the world, and they prey on animals.  If the likes of this post, or the details of our “Dating A Horse” post didn’t scare you, let me give you a few more facts about this Barnfield case.  Police found a length of white electrical cable, a handheld water sprayer, a cloth, a metal dog chain and two bottles of Lucozade in his rucksack!  And finally, here’s a picture of Alan Barnfield (not that we’d ever judge a book by its cover, but…).  Put a lock on your barn, get a dog, outdoor flood lights with motion detectors (outside the barn), electrify your fences, form a neighborhood watch group, do whatever it takes people.  Protect your horses from these predators.  Here’s a link to one of the stories covering the trial.  Technically the trial isn’t over yet, but I think we all know how this ends.  At least it better!

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