Bestiality accused to undergo mental tests

2012-08-24 14:06
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Pretoria - A Pretoria woman accused of having sex with two dogs was instructed to undergo a mental examination when she appeared in the Pretoria Magistrate's Court, a report said on Friday.

The Pretoria News reported that the woman was released on R1 000 bail on Thursday.

The 31-year-old petite blonde faces four counts of bestiality and one of animal cruelty. She was arrested on Wednesday after an anonymous person dropped off a DVD recording of the woman's activities at an animal protection organisation.

The newspaper report said the homemade video footage depicts her having sex with a Staffordshire Terrier and a Labrador.

On Thursday, the woman appeared in court holding a small Bible, reported Pretoria News.

She told the court that she was unemployed and wanted to apply for Legal Aid representation.

The matter was postponed to October 10.

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