Vile pervert caught with beastiality porn involving dolphins, snakes pigs and horses is spared jail
A vile pervert caught with a sickening stash of child sex abuse images and beastiality porn involving humans having sex with dolphins, snakes, horses, pigs and dogs has been spared jail.
John Inglis, 31, had been downloading the depraved images and movies and storing it on a Samsung mobile phone, USB memory stick and a hard drive.
Police were alerted to someone using his internet IP address to access vile images of children and his house was raided.
Inglis was hauled away from work back to his house where police were removing computer equipment and he confirmed it was his and that only he had access to it.
But once officers conducted a thorough check of the computer equipment and mobile phone, they found graphic images showing humans engaging in sexual activity with a variety of creatures.
They also uncovered shocking images of child sex abuse among the 3,500 he had stashed on his devices.
Perverted Inglis has now appeared atHamilton Sheriff Court and admitted one charge of possessing child sexual abuse images and another of possessing images depicting sexual activity between humans and animals.
He has been ordered to carry out 250 hours of unpaid work by Sheriff Vincent Smith who also placed him on the sex offenders’ register for 28 months.
The offending took place between January 2007 and July 2016 at Inglis’ home in East Kilbride , Lanarkshire.
The images were a mixture of moving and still.
A search history showed that he had been searching for terms associated with this kind of material.
East Kilbride pervert caught with vile stash of child and animal porn
A twisted pervert has been caught with a sickening haul of graphic pornography showing men and woman having sex with dolphins, snakes, pigs, horses and dogs.
Hamilton Sheriff Court heard how 31-year-old John Inglis used his Samsung mobile phone, a USB memory stick and a hard-drive to store 3500 vile images of animals being abused by humans.
Indecent images of children being sexually abused were also discovered on the devices.
A police raid was carried out on Inglis’ home in Glen Feshie, St Leonards under warrant on July 19, last year.
Intelligence received by the National Online Child Abuse Protection Scheme revealed his internet IP address had accessed sick images of children.
Inglis was not at home at the time of the search so officers showed up at his workplace where they seized his mobile phone.
Fiscal depute Michael Mackintosh told the court: “Police took hold of the Samsung phone and informed him [Inglis] what was going on at his home.
“He was asked about the items and confirmed the memory stick, hard-drive and mobile phone was his and gave it to the police.”
Analysis showed that Inglis was in possession of indecent images of children and he was detained and held in police custody.
Full forensic analysis showed that there was one moving image on his mobile phone at category A – the most serious – involving penetrative sexual activity with a child.
Five images at category B showing indecent images of children were found and 50 images at category C were found on the hard-drive.
There was also a vile moving image showing sexual activity between a naked 13-year-old child and a dog and one showing sexual activity between a seven-year-old girl and an adult female.
Mr Mackintosh added: “A memory stick was found to contain an extremely large amount of extreme pornography not involving children but animals. 3500 images were found with 2000 still accessible to the user.
“The images were a mixture of moving and still and depicted males and females engaging in sexual activity with a variety of animals including dogs, horses, dolphins, snakes and pigs.
“A search history showed the accused had been searching for terms associated with this kind of material.”
The court heard the files found were labelled with titles indicative of child and animal abuse images including ‘lolita’, ‘beastiality’ and ‘zoophilia’.
Inglis admitted to possession of indecent images of children and possession of images depicting sexual activity between humans and children at his East Kilbride home between January 2007 and July 2016.
Sheriff Vincent Smith deferred sentence until May 5 for reports, adding: “I’m obliged to call for background reports given your lack of record but I would advise you to get your affairs in order before you appear back before me.”
Inglis was placed on the sex offenders’ register meantime.