20/08/2013 09:42 BST | Updated 20/10/2013 06:12 BST

Robert Steven Newman, Wiltshire Man Banned From Farms After Admitting Sex With A Goat

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A British man who admitted having sex with a goat has been banned from every farm in the country as he awaits sentencing.

Robert Steven Newman, had been due to stand trial for the act of sexual penetration with a living animal in April this year.

But the 23-year-old changed his plea to guilty when he appeared at Wiltshire Magistrates’ Court on Monday, the Wiltshire Gazette and Herald reported.


Robert Steven Newman pleaded guilty to having sex with a goat (file picture)

Until he is sentenced on 12 September, Newman must obey a 7am- 7pm curfew and is not allowed to enter any land where farm animals are kept.

The offence, which is contrary tot he Sexual Offences Act 2003, carries a maximum sentence of six months' imprisonment on summary conviction.

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