Muslim Man Jailed For Having Sex With A Pony

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Abdul Ghani was jailed for having sex with a Shetland Pony.

A large cucumber, baby oil and a bag of carrots was found in Abdul Ghani’s car.

Abdul Ghani, 52, of Beamsley Road, Frizinghall, Bradford, pleaded guilty to having intercourse with an animal in September, 2018, after reconnoitring the field in the Bradford area where the Shetland Pony and other horses lived.

Jailing the sick pervert for only ten months, Judge Andrew Hatton said: “Owners of horses and ponies are entitled to feel their animals are safe from people like you. The message must go out that this sort of grossly unnatural behaviour will not be considered for suspended sentences of imprisonment.”

Judge Hatton said it wasn’t an isolated act, it was ‘a well-planned and deliberate descent into bestiality.”

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

In August, 2018, the pony’s owners, a mother and daughter, became concerned about things found in the horses’ field shelter. There was a till receipt, a torch, a cucumber, a scrubbing brush and a bag of carrots.

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.

They reported matters to the police and the pony was examined by a vet. DNA was a match for the Muslim man.

A police officer on patrol in the area then saw a blue Toyota Yaris parked near the field. Inside the vehicle was a large cucumber, baby oil and a bag of carrots.

Then a black rucksack found in the field was found to contain apples and carrots, biscuits, rope and silver tape.

The Yaris was traced to Abdul 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 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.

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.

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

Judge Hatton said Abdul Ghani had denied the offence up until the day of his trial although the evidence against him was overwhelming.

He had made several visits to reconnoitre the field and brought food to make the pony more familiar of him. This demonstrated some planning and the very large number of internet searches on his phone showed his interest in bestiality with horses.

Although there had been a delay to sentence, Abdul Ghani could have been dealt with 18 months ago if he had pleaded guilty.

He was banned from driving for two years and five months and Judge Hatton made the Criminal Behaviour Order and the compensation order.

Ghani must sign on the sex offender register for ten years.

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