According to the arrest warrants for Michael Jemison, he was captured after owners of the horse reviewed surveillance video to watch the recently pregnant horse give birth, WZTV reported. While reviewing the footage captured on April 29, the owner observed Jemison enter the barn and engage in multiple forms of intercourse with the horse. The owner called a veterinarian who took swabs and submitted the DNA evidence to police along with the video. While police did not know Jemison's identity at the time, they were able to identify him as the suspect when he returned last Saturday.
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Man who 'had sex with miniature horse wore condom because he feared getting STI'
George Smith, 48, was found standing on a wooden crate having sex with the mare at a stables in Hinckley. The horse's owner had become suspicious of George Smith, and one night found the year-old standing on a wooden crate having sex with the mare at a stables in Hinckley. She said: "This incident has deeply disturbed me. Rashpal Singh, representing Smith, told the magistrates that his client had no previous convictions and had admitted the offence to the police as soon as he was arrested. He said: "This was an isolated incident.
A man in New South Wales, Australia who was arrested for having sex with a young female horse will be eligible for release next week. The year-old man told police that the act was consensual because the filly winked at him first. Prior to the incident, staff at the horse stables in the Australian city of Grafton had installed CCTV cameras after they became suspicious of potential activity going on in the stables. About a month later, on Jan. One of the trainers saw a man opening several of the stables and called the police, the Daily Examiner reported.