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Transvestite had sex with a dog at English Heritage castle - Telegraph
And they say it likes it's a bad thing.
I've not long got back from Cornwall.
That dog was begging for it.
You should have seen it's "come to bed eyes", and wearing that glossy coat.
I was led on, I tells thee.
It chewed one of my sling backs something rotten though.
And that bloody article got my age wrong. But as it was to my advantage, it's no biggy.
P.S. The dog was a crap shag as well.
Personally I think you're bitching about nothing
'This was a very rare incident' Hahahahahaha! Brilliant!
Not 'It's a one-off,' more of a 'It occasionally happens, March is a particular peak in activity...'
Did she poodle off,or give you a love bite?
Bit of Cornish Dogging nowt wrong with that.
It seems the same fellow has been down to East Sussex too:
Penis poster exhibitionist hunted by police - Telegraph
Only made the news because it was in Kernow. Done that in Devon the bloody dog would have been gang raped and then eaten.
Didn't know they had any cross dressing trannies in Falmouth, must be a blow in.
If the chap had sex with a dog in Cornwall, how were they related exactly? Obviously cousins. They all are.
Cuddles; If the chap had sex with a dog in Cornwall, how were they related exactly? Obviously cousins. They all are.
Especially if they come from Redruth/Camborne.
I don't know, you shag one dog, and it's all anyone can talk about!
And now I suppose he'll be hounded about it for the rest of his natural. Still, trannie in a dog is a twist on the old story of dog left in trannie on a hot day. Not surprised the press lapped it up after sniffing the story out. Surprised the perlice didn't feel his collar and have him tagged though. I expect he was within a whisker of being caged.
And pray tell me why......!
A spokesman for English Heritage said: "This was a very rare incident". ...implies that it has happened before!
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