‘Depraved’ dad filmed pet poodle being forced to perform sex acts on naked woman

A sick dad has been slammed by a judge after he took a video of a woman having lewd sex acts performed on her by his pet poodle before uploading them to the internet.

Robert Hurley posted the footage on a perverted bestiality website, and was heard telling the poodle what to do.

The evidence was seen and heard at Southern Derbyshire Magistrates' Court this week, when the 52-year-old claimed it was “two consenting adults” taking part in the horrendous behaviour.

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The bloke lost his job as a result of the news going public, and he was slammed by District Judge Jonathan Taaffe.

According to Derbyshire Live, he said: “To describe this matter, as you did to the probation officer as 'two consenting adult behind closed doors, what does it matter?' displays an error of judgement at best and at worst degenerate and depraved behaviour.

“Any right-thinking person would see the type of behaviour you videoed and uploaded, even with the consent of the other person, as some form of abuse.

“Little or no thought was given to the welfare of the animal involved and I am satisfied your attraction to depraved areas of bestiality has to be confronted full-on.

“It was you who videoed it and it was you who encouraged the dog to perform sex acts and then proceeded to upload the images on the website.”

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Police went to the man's home on January 31, 2021 for an unrelated domestic incident – from which no charges were made – but they found the footage when his phone and other devices were taken.

In total, 25 videos and three images were found of the dog performing sex acts.

Hurley will now attend 40 rehabilitation sessions, carry out 100 hour unpaid work as well as paying £85 costs and a £95 victim surcharge.

He was also given a five-year sexual harm prevention order.

The fate of the dog is unknown.

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