Man accused of sex with cows to face court on Tuesday

BESTIALITY allegations against a businessman accused of having sex with cows at a dairy on the NSW Mid North Coast and pressuring a young boy to follow suit, will return to court on Tuesday.

The man, 53, was arrested outside his Coffs Harbour workplace earlier this year.

Several of his possessions were seized from his home.

Police revealed that for several months, the man had been subject to a Child Abuse Squad investigation for offences dating back to 2003.

It will be alleged that he befriended a 13-year-old boy and repeatedly sexually assaulted him over a period of two years.

It will also be alleged that during that time, he performed four sex acts with a cow and encouraged the boy to participate.

The case has been adjourned several times since it was first heard in the Coffs Harbour Local Court in February.
The man, who remains on bail, is expected to front court on Tuesday morning.

Investigations are continuing.

Anyone with information can phone Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Topics:  bestiality court crime

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