A man has been banned from visiting every single farm in UK after he had sex with a goat.
Robert Newman, 23,(pictured above) admitted the offence at a farm in Wiltshire.
He pleaded guilty at North West Wiltshire Magistrates Court in Chippenham and was released on bail.
Newman, of Devizes, Wilts, was ordered to keep away from farm animals and stay indoors after 7pm.
He had been due to stand trial but changed his plea to guilty and will be sentenced on September 12, after a pre-sentence report has been prepared.
Newman must obey a curfew between 7pm and 7am and is not allowed to enter any land where farm animals are kept.
In a similar unrelated case, last year father of three Nicholas Saunders was convicted of having sex with his ex-wife’s dog.
He was caught having intercourse with the four-year-old bull mastiff called Sasha in former wife Kelly Thacker’s bed.
Saunders, of Lechlade, Glos, was placed under supervision and ordered to attend a sex offenders course.
He was placed on the sex offenders register for the next five years.He was also given a four-year restraining order preventing him from entering his ex-wife’s home without her written permission or by court order.
Passing sentence, recorder Stewart Patterson told him: “It is quite clear from your behaviour that night that you demonstrated distorted sexual thinking which needs to be addressed.”