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Bestiality charges: Hobart man accused of having sex with a dog

Young man, 21, denies horrific allegations he had sex with a DOG – as he’s hit with a string of other charges

  • A young man has pleaded not guilty to bestiality in Hobart Magistrates Court 
  • The 21-year-old will face trial in the Supreme Court of Tasmania on March 16
  • His other charges include stealing, disorderly conduct and breaching bail

A young Hobart man has denied a string of allegations, including that he had sex with a dog.

The 21-year-old pleaded not guilty to one charge of bestiality in Hobart Magistrates Court on Wednesday after he was accused of the act on September 15 last year.

He will face trial over the matter in the Supreme Court of Tasmania on March 16, The Mercury reported

A Hobart man has pleaded not guilty to one charge of bestiality (stock image)

A Hobart man has pleaded not guilty to one charge of bestiality (stock image)

The accused appeared via video link from Risdon Prison and is facing a string of other charges stemming from alleged incidents around Hobart in the past six months.

He has been charged with engaging in disorderly conduct after he was allegedly seen ‘aggressively yelling, swearing and waving (his) arms around’ on July 21 on Woobys Lane in Salamanca.

The man was charged with possessing a laser pointer in a public place in August, and two counts of contravening a notice to not be found in the Hobart waterfront area in August and October, where on the second occasion he allegedly tried to flee from police.

His other charges include breaching bail conditions, failing to appear in court, stealing, failing to comply with police and unlawful possession of property.

On those matter, he will face his summary charges on February 3 in Hobart Magistrates Court.

The accused lodged his not guilty plea in Hobart Magistrates Court (pictured) and will face trial in the Supreme Court of Tasmania in March

The accused lodged his not guilty plea in Hobart Magistrates Court (pictured) and will face trial in the Supreme Court of Tasmania in March

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