Sicko had sex with pony after being found in field with carrots and baby oil

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A sick pervert has been jailed for having sex with a pony.

Abdul Ghani was found near a paddock with baby oil and carrots in his car in September 2018, after he crept into the pony's field in Bradford while high on drink and drugs, Bradford Crown Court heard this week.

The pony's owners were first alerted to something going on when, in August, 2018, they found a till receipt, a torch, a cucumber, a scrubbing brush and a bag of carrots near the paddock.

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The following month, the pony’s tail had hairs out of place, there was tape on it and a greasy substance on her back end.

Black tape and bandage was found nearby and a lump of sugar, not something the owners would feed to their horses, was also found, the court heard.

They reported matters to the police and the pony was examined by a vet, which is when DNA belonging to Ghani was found.

A police officer on patrol in the area then saw a blue Toyota Yaris parked near the field, which was traced to Ghani who was arrested – but said he had done nothing wrong.

He told investigating officers he “loved the wild” and would go out at night to watch owls and foxes.

When asked what the rope found in his car was for, he explained that it was to hoist himself up into trees to look at owls.

He made no comment when told that his DNA had been found.

Prosecutor Michael Collins told the court that police found 993 internet searches on Ghani’s phone about sex acts with animals, especially horses.

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Ghani already had seven convictions for 17 offences, mainly relating to drink, drug and driving offences, on his record.

In the end, he pleaded guilty to having intercourse with an animal.

Jonathan Turner, Ghani’s barrister, said his client was overwhelmingly ashamed and embarrassed.

The offence was almost four years ago and he had led a law-abiding life since then, he told the court.

Mr Turner conceded there was ‘little positive’ to be said about the offence except that the pony wasn’t injured.

Judge Hatton said: “Owners of horses and ponies are entitled to feel their animals are safe from people like you."

Ghani has been jailed for 10 months and was banned from driving for two years and five months, as well as being made to sign on the sex offender's register for 10 years.

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