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The 66-year-old man who in April pleaded guilty in Leicester Crown Court to charges of "buggery of a donkey between February 2 and February 5, 1999, and buggery of a horse between March 15 and 18, 2004", has been jailed for 22 months. Joseph Squires - of "no stable address" - also admitted two charges of damaging property, " …

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Happy

IT Angle?! :)

not even the slightest bit of pretence about an it angle here.. still you know your readers.. probably a bit too well i fear.. hmmm

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Neigh lad!

Coat/Hat/Door

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IT Angle

Angle = website, pics and videos, pay per view entry and the usual "pain in the arse" popups.

By the way there was also no mention if the donkey or the horse had access to psychiatric assistance following the incident ?

Mines the one with "Adblock" on the back.

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What, no extreme porn charges?

I thought that was meant to be what caused it.

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"No stable address"

oh, ho-ho-ho

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I will say this only once

I did not have sex with this man

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For how long?

"between February 2 and February 5"

You mean to say that he was at it for 3 or 4 DAYS!?

and "no stable address"

Oh, that's priceless.

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No stable address?

Nice pun! But it sounds rather like his home address was a stable and the animals his live-in partners!

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"no stable address"

For christ sake I only just cleaned this.

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"no stable address"

Looks to me like he had two stable addresses - one at a donkey stable, the other at a horse stable.

</predictable>

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One hump or two?

I believe the French Foreign Legion uses camels. I thought this was a put-up job but they ride them to the nearest town to find ladies of the night.

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> No stable address?

comment hardly needed...

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Indeed...

"Joseph Squires - of 'no stable address' "

No stable address? Well I should hope not...

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LOL

No 'stable' address. Bet he's in for a rough ride!

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No stable address

If he had a "stable" address, would it have made any difference? And was he hung like a .....

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"no stable address"

Oh, FFS - don't!!! After a minute, I can 'bare-ly' stand.

B'stard!! ;-)

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"no stable address"

I see what you did there... (snort)

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WTF?

1999?

Had the police been looking for him for eleven years, or did it take that long for the donkey to make a complaint?

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2 years for sex with animals

What a complete waste of a jail cell, but then it's probably doing him a favour... low sec prisons are rather comfy these days and he'll get looked after and free entertainment.

Still I'd rather see a burglar or car/bike/sheep thief in his place.

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Farmy Army

I would have thought a 'stable' address would be easy for him to come by.

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Zoo pride worldwide

This shows the intolerance, discrimination and bigotry directed at the zoophile community. Maybe one day beasties will be able to march with pride through our towns with their interspecies partners (with grants from the taxpayer).

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He Clearly.....

Sunglasses on...

Made an Ass of himself.

BWAAAAAAOOOOOWWWWWW

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@Lester

"of "no stable address"

--Checks the calendar, "nope not Friday."

You owe me a keyboard Lester, if it was Friday I would forgive you

And I have two questions about this part of the article:

"buggery of a donkey between February 2 and February 5, 1999, and buggery of a horse between March 15 and 18, 2004"

(Yes I know that videos/pictures probably existed here but.......) How did they dine uot about the two 'incidents' here? Did the donkey and the horse find out about each other and conspire to inform the authorities about the bad touching?

And secondly how the hell do you find these types of articles Lester? On a regular basis no less. Off for a brew later.

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Heart

I see what you did there..

"no stable address"...genius

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Hahahaha - really?

No stable address

Someone's 'avin' a larf

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Someone's 'avin' a larf?

Don'cha mean, me old mucker:

<cockney>"Someone's 'avin' a giraffe...</cockney>

OK, mine's the one with the whore-shoes in the pocket...

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No stable address?!

I should bloody well hope not!

This is gonna be a good comment thread, methinks...

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"No stable address"

*snort*

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And the IT angle is...

... it is no 47 in the list of things to do with a dead WinTel server, perhaps?

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help me out here

OK, so my question is, why do the horse and the donkey put up with it? You're getting right up close to their dangerous end to do this (unless it's some form of animal-buggery with which I'm unfamiliar).

Tux for the whole DIY-ness of it all.

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@help me out here

Sure.

Which way did you come in?

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Why so long?

Five years between offences? Why did the donkey wait so long before coming forward?

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Conclusive contradictory evidence to evolution finally found?

At least the animal world is now safer and this isn't a case of locking the stable door after the horse has bolted........

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WTF?

How did anyone even find out about this?

Did a neighbor ("neigh"-bor, ha ha) happen by and capture some cellphone video/ camera evidence? Did the perp fess up? Did unusual lesions in the perp's nether regions cause his doctor to drop a dime on him? Did the donkey get jealous when the perp started carrying on with the horse and arrange for some belated payback (revenge being a dish best served cold)? This is more puzzling than the acts themselves.

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Centaur - something of a give away.

Where is the resulting Centaur?

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Happy

contributions from Mrs Maverick

"he'll be saddled with shame"

and

"he won't be trotting down to the shops for a while will he?"

you see what happens when you live with me?

top article BTW

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'Stable' Shortcut?

Hmmm - well here's another IT angle for ya...

Not just 'no stable address' - also note the link "http://www.theregister.co.uk/2010/04/12/stable_address/'

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Joseph Squires...

of no fixed adressage.

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Jobs Horns

LOL - caring about his fellow creatures....

It's right Neigh-bourly of him.

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I notice...

.. that this item is in the Odds and Sods section.

Need I say more.

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Obviously he used

the perverse cowboy position. Unless Mr Squires is VERY tall, I'm surprised the horse didn't kick the ladder away. Could have been a Shetland pony, though.

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Ordered on to sex offenders register?

Only just come across this as it did not appear on the front page with all the rest of the news....

I know the story from the Guardian was fairly brief, but I would be interested to know if he was ordered to enroll on the sex offenders register. As I want to compare the punishment for this case to the punishment in the case of the guy who plead to extreme p0rn for having a clip of something this guy was really doing. Will be p1ssed if the guy who watched a clip has to enroll where as the guy who commited the actual act does not.

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I've nothing to say on the subject....

...I'm still feeling a little horse.

Still; I find it a bit sad that when someone does enter into a stable relationship they are pilloried by the moral minority. Make your minds up ffs.

Apostrophe... cos we aint got a facepalm icon yet.

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End it, Moderatrix

Godallmuckingfrighty, the jokes are getting a bit stale, Don'cha think?

Even mine.

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That is not how you make a mule.

That is all.

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