Top Story: 24th January 2022

Alan Barnfield Jailed for Outraging public decency in Shetland Pony sex case

A judge at Sheffield Crown Court jailed Alan Barnfield for years after he was convicted of nbsp outraging public decency He had been accused of having sex with two Shetland ponies in but was acquitted on those charges as no definitive evidence of intercourse could be adduced Prosecutors told the court that Doncaster resident Alan Barnfield was found by police sweating profusely and smelling strongly of horses after residents had spotted him acting suspiciously in the ponies' field They alerted police claiming to have seen Barnfield leading a pony into a dark wood at the end of its paddock assuming

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