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Transvestite had sex with a dog at English Heritage castle
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopi...astle.html

Transvestite had sex with a dog at English Heritage castle

Quote: The cross-dressing man was caught with the animal in the dry moat of King Henry VIII's Pendennis Castle overlooking Falmouth Bay in Cornwall.

The 33-year-old mounted the pet after it chased him out of sight of its woman owner.

no really! My fave comment is from English Heritage... "This was a very rare incident".

how rare... ? This is the sort of story you see in Private Eye funny old world. though I am sure the transvestite is not laughing... and the dog has a bemused look!
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#2
Ummm..... I am guessing by the police comment regarding 'other agencies' that the gentlemen in question may have psychiatric problems and has probably been referred to institutional care.... in which I think it's a little unkind of the Daily Telegraph to present him in the manner it does. Or is 'laugh at the loonies' back on the agenda now that we have something akin to an 18th century government in power:face-confused:
With peace and consolation hath dismist, And calm of mind all passion spent...
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#3
At least EH got some free publicity without having to spend money digging some pointless holes to 'evaluate the archaeological resource' in order to come up with some flashy results to remind the public/politicians they exist :face-stir:
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#4
The dog was the victim here....not the transvestite. Not remotely interested in the sexuality of the perpetrator or his mental stability-had my kids been treated to a viewing of this little demonstration on a day out.....the transvestite would have been the victim. On a more jovial note....it has been said before that EH have been guilty of carrying out similar acts of outrage upon the nations finite resource....:I
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#5
I suppose EH will classify this as a success of community outreach to minority groups!
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#6
So that's what "dogging" means.....
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#7
clearly an avenue for EH to pursue in terms of generating funding - but who will own the pictures?
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#8
Kevin Wooldridge wrote;

Quote:Or is 'laugh at the loonies' back on the agenda now that we have something akin to an 18th century government in power
At least the 18th century habit of shoving the poor onto convict ships gave people the opportunity to build new lives for themselves beyond the reach of the Tory party.
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