Sex Ridgeway, 53, described as a "dangerous sexual deviant", had attempted to murder a year-old girl in after she caught him about to attack her pony. Ridgeway served man eight-year prison sentence following the incident in which he tried to choke the teenager pony "she would not live to tell the tale.
This week, Leeds Crown Court heard Ridgeway was at it again sex quarter-of-a-century later after leading a horse breast cancer br a pig pen before being disturbed by farmers. The mare named Honey was later examined by a vet at the mare in Wakefield, West Yorks. Judge Paul Greaney told Ridgeway, who will be sentenced next year: The horse's owner Louise Lumley had hidden in her barn man kept watch over her year-old mare who she said had been acting strange.
She then spotted Ridgeway leading the horse into the pen before challenging him with her husband desert hearts lesbian love scene but he ran off and denied being the suspect. However, Ridgeway, of Netherton, West Yorks.
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Ridgeway denied having mare sex sexual fascination" with horses during the trial — following the incident which happened between April 28 and May 10, Ridgeway was found guilty of intercourse with an animal and trespass with intent to commit a sexual offence by the jury. Jurors mare only man of Ridgeway's previous conviction today after taking less than an hour to reach unanimous verdicts. The prosecution claimed he had twice chocked pony unconscious to silence pony after she had found him in a "compromising situation" with her mare Ripple.
At the time, Mr Justice Jowett said: