An eighteen year old man has been accused of molesting a horse. It is unclear if he used a stool or whether someone put him up to it. Daniel Bennett, 18, of Irvington is alleged to have told police that he had tried to molest a horse belonging to Francine Janes. He is being charged with molesting the horse on multiple occasions and had left clues behind after he left. They found toilet paper and haystacks were moved but they refused to detail some of the things they found as being too gross to tell.
One night when Bennett was trying to seduce the horse, the family dog started barking and Janes and her husband went out to the barn with a gun to investigate. They found Bennett hiding in a stall and the husband held him at gunpoint until the police arrived. Police found a coat with burglary tools inside and took Bennett into custody.
Janes told police that she suspected Bennett inappropriately interacted with the horse several times in December and left evidence of his presence.
“I would say seven maybe 10 times,” Janes told WPMI. “Toilet paper had been left. The hay stacks had been removed. Items had been turned over. And that’s as far as I want to go.”
Bennett was charged with sexual misconduct, possessing burglar’s tools, and second-degree trespassing.
Bennett made his initial court appearance Tuesday and is due back in court January 18 when his trial is scheduled to begin.
Accusations of men and women molesting animals has risen significantly over the past couple of years and is most likely due to the liberals’ crusade to make even the most deviant behavior to be accepted as normal. Soon these acts could come down to a battle between the DNC and PETA.