Couples grim sex acts with their two dogs caught on video, police claim

A couple has been accused of having sex with two dogs over the course of a year in a disgusting allegation of bestiality.

Crystal May Hoare, 37, and Jay Wade Veenstra, 28, were each charged with five counts of bestiality after the Australian couple were said to be having sex with their dogs.

Police allege the incidents were caught on video, and showed the pair in the act with the animals on October 18, 2021, as well as March 19, May 17, June 6 and October 25, 2022.

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Each incident is believed to have taken place in Sarina, Queensland, Australia, with the couple now out on bail.

Both Ms Hoare and Mr Veenstra were arrested in July 2023, and were both granted bail while being held at a watch house facility, New York Post reported.

Before legal action can be taken against the pair, the case will need to be elevated to a higher court, where charges of bestiality can see prison sentences of up to seven years handed out.

As of August 14, the pair remain on bail after briefly appearing in court for initial proceedings.

A committal mention is set to take place later this year now legal proceedings have been adjourned.

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Bestiality horrors were uncovered in the United States, with the Daily Star reporting the horrid crimes of Douglas Spink, who rented out animals for tourists to have sex with.

A Brit bloke was among those found at a farm raided in the US back in 2010, with dozens of animals including horses and mice uncovered.

Thousands of images of sickening bestiality were also found, with police believing Spink was running an illegal and commercialised business of bestiality on his farm.

Mice were found with their tails cut off and covered in Vaseline while further investigations found farm owner Spink bragged about his farm and "unconventional approach to stallion care".

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