Lonely man brought donkey to hotel room

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  1. From Monday's edition of Galway First

    A man who was found dressed in latex and handcuffs brought a donkey to his room in a Galway city centre hotel, because he was advised “to get out and meet people,” the local court heard last week.

    Thomas Aloysius McCarney with an address in south Galway was charged with cruelty to animals, lewd and obscene behaviour, and with being a danger to himself when he appeared before the court on Friday. He was also charged with damage to a mini-bar in the room, but this charge was later dropped when the defendant said that it was the donkey who caused that damage.

    Solicitor for the accused Ms Sharon Fitzhenry said that her client had been through a difficult time lately and that his wife had left him and that his life had become increasingly lonely.

    “Mr McCarney has been attending counselling at which he was told that he would be advised to get out and meet people and do interesting things. It was this advice that saw him book into the city centre hotel with a donkey,” she said. She added that Mr McCarney also suffered from a fixation with the Shrek movies and could constantly be heard at work talking to himself saying things like “Isn’t that right, Donkey?”

    Supt John McBrearty told the court that Mr McCarney who had signed in as “ Mr Shrek” had told hotel staff that the donkey was a family pet and that this was believed by the hotel receptionist who the supt said was “young and hadn’t great English.”

    Receptionist Irina Legova said that Mr McCarney had told her that the donkey was a breed of “super rabbit” which he was bringing to a pet fair in the city. The court was told that the donkey went berserk in the middle of the night and ran amok in the hotel corridor, forcing hotel staff to call the gardai.

    McCarney was found in the room wearing a latex suit and handcuffs, the key to which the donkey is believed to have swallowed. He was removed to Mill St station after which it is said he was the subject of much mirth among the lads next door in The Galway Arms.

    He was fined €2,000 for bringing the donkey to the room under the Unlawful Accommodation of Donkeys Act 1837. Other charges were dropped due to lack of evidence.

    Apparantly the same guy rode a Grand National Winner (he got two years for that)
  2. There was a guy here who tok a horse home to his fourth floor flat a couple of years ago, probably for the same reason.

    When the police, alarmed by his concerned neighbours, arrived at the scene he claimed that the horse had followed him home.

    Since animal sex is still legal in Denmark, I don't think he was charged (unless it was for horse theft).
  3. Might I direct you to the film Clerks 2 for a tremendous scene of beastia....erm, interspecies erotica! :thumleft: hilarious
  4. Was he trying to make an ass of himself?
  5. Not in any of the stores that I've been in, but I suppose a more 'specialised' outlet may have the required items.

    Let me know if you're after something specific.

  6. My mother came from Galway originally. Explains a lot really
  7. Oz,

    I seem to remember you having difficulty with a horse-like creature trying to kick in your door (bedroom rather than back door) one night in Hohne a few years ago. Keeping the family traditions going then.

  8. Now she was definitely an overgrown rabbit :D
  9. Eeeeeyor not have done that!!
  10. "The Unlawful Accommodation of Donkeys Act"? WTF?? you seriously mean to tell us that the Irish haven't got any Unlawful Sexual Practices with Donkeys Acts yet???
  11. Sharon Fitzhenry

    Irina Legova
  12. You usually have to pay for a donkey ride.

    Or so I've been informed.
  13. Yes 6 years...if you get caught!!
  14. in ireland it is against the law to have relations with a horse, but not a donkey. he broke the law regards the donkey act because he was nailing it with a roof over his head. if he was outdoors he would have been fine, it must of been his first time as most pikies are familiar with this practice
  15. Ten or so years ago in Germany I was speaking to a farmer in one of the bars in a place called Dannenberg that was owned by an ex-squaddie.

    The farmer told me this story. He had gone into one of his stables and had found a bale of hay in the middle of one of the stalls where he kept one of his horses. He put it back, but the following morning when he went in again it was there again. This carried on for a couple of weeks, and finally he got pissed off, and decided to go in periodically during the night to see who was going in to keep moving the hay bales. It was then that he spotted a couple of East Germans from the local asylum-seekers' place who came in, put a hay bale behind this farmer's horse, stand on the bale and started to roger the horse. He explained that he called the GCP but the guy who did his horse was not charged as there is no law in Germany for shagging horses.