The Nether Regions

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Horse indecency man

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Here’s some smut for your Saturday. Some people just aren’t capable of letting go of their vocation when they retire from the farm.

Middlesbrough Evening Gazette, 12 November 2009:

Horse indecency man in court

A RETIRED farm worker led a horse to some bushes in a field where he engaged in sexual activity with the animal.

Teesside Magistrates’ Court heard how David Walter Chamberlin, 71, performed the act on October 16 this year.

Dressed in a tatty red jacket and grey trousers, grey-haired Chamberlin, who has previous convictions for sex offences, spoke to confirm his name before prosecutor Noelle Brockbank opened the case.

Ms Brockbank told the court how George Thompson, the owner of the cart horse, “saw the defendant leading a horse towards some bushes” in a Billingham field. […]

Ms Brockbank added Mr Thompson “picked up a stick and struck the defendant”.

The pensioner turned round and exposed his open flies. Chamberlin admitted to outraging public decency at an earlier hearing.

As the old adage goes: ‘You can lead a horse to the water bushes, but you can’t make it, er…’

Just imagine forever being referred to as the "horse indecency man"...

Alex Bousfield, defending Chamberlin, said: “This is an unusual case – it’s quite unique really. It is disturbing and concerns behaviour that people don’t know how to deal with. Some will laugh, others will say it is disgusting.”

He said Chamberlin, who lives with his 74-year-old sister, was ashamed of his behaviour and would have to live with a crime that “people in the local community would remember”.

I’m sure Mr Chamberlin need not worry about what people in the local community think. When it comes to equine erotica, they are generally a sober, fair-minded and forgiving bunch, particularly when surfing the internet.


But what would she like to do to him? I don’t know and you don’t know, yet 36 people have seen fit to ‘recommend’ whatever it is.


Written by Paddy

March 13, 2010 at 10:11 am

Posted in Flashers, Moral outrage

2 Responses

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  1. ‘Ms Brockbank added Mr Thompson “picked up a stick and struck the defendant”.’

    That seems a perfectly reasonable course of action to me. How else would one go about taking advantage of a horse?


    March 15, 2010 at 9:53 am

  2. I’m surprised this Mr Thompson wasn’t criticised for joining in the sexual depravity of the situation rather than bringing it all to a halt.


    March 15, 2010 at 2:24 pm

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