A 25-year-old woman has been charged with bestiality after police discovered a video of her allegedly having sex with a dog on her cell phone.
Jenna Louise Driscoll of Brisbane, Australia, was originally being investigated on suspicions of drug trafficking when officers searched her phone and discovered videos of her allegedly having sex with a dog.
“This isn’t something you’d normally expect, it’s quite unusual,” said Mark Townend, CEO of RSPCA Queensland. “The last case I can recall was a few years ago, it certainly isn’t something we hear reported often. Under the Animal Care Protection Act bestiality isn’t included. To take action and remove the dog we would have to prove actions there were cruel or that it was tormented. The RSPCA would ideally like to get a dog out of the situation if bestiality was happening, but to operate under the act we would have to prove those two things. We’d try to do everything we can to help the dog if that is the case.”
Despite the horrific and disturbing charges against her, Mirror UK reported that Driscoll was photographed walking into her apartment with an unidentified male and a dog.
Driscoll has now been charged with bestiality and is also a slew of other charges in relation to the drug trafficking. A judge has already denied her request for bail.