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“Brit in court over ‘pornographic’ sex squid snap”

Submitted by on May 18, 2010 – 12:40 pm7 Comments

Following the popularity of the (aqua)lung’s recent coverage of the Killer Whale atrocity in the Americas, readers may be interested in this story concerning an altogether different Wales – South Wales, the southern part of the country of Wales. This story isn’t about Whales though, and it’s not really about Wales – it’s just that the central character is from Wales. From Swansea in fact. Now there’s another mention of the sea, a sea with swans in it perhaps. Unfortunately the story isn’t even about swans*, though the other main character featured in the story is from the sea.

*which would have been interesting from a constitutional point of view, as apparently the Queen owns all swans in her empire, and a bigger scandal than this would surely ensue in such terrible circumstances.

Here’s what they’re making of the story in India…

London, May 13:  A Brit has been charged for possessing pornographic pictures, including one in which a man is seen having sexual intercourse with a squid.
Cops busted Andrew Dymond, 46, after they allegedly discovered pornographic materials on his home computer.

He has been accused of possessing “an extreme pornographic image which portrayed in an explicit and realistic way a person performing an act of intercourse with a dead animal, namely a squid, which was grossly offensive, disgusting or of obscene character”.

Prosecutors amended the charge when it was admitted it could have been an octopus in the picture.

Swansea magistrates court said the sea animal was dead when the man was pictured having sexual intercourse with it.

Also, he faces 14 charges of making indecent images of children, reports the Sun.

Dymond, of Mumbles, Swansea, owned photographs of people having sex with dogs and horses too.

Prosecutor Anwen Evans said he has total of 24 charges against him.

However, he has been granted bail but is prohibited from using the internet or getting in contact with any child under the age of 16.

http://www.dailyindia.com/show/374834.php

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