Perverted pensioner has been banned from every farm in Britain – for molesting cows
Cambridgeshire farmers can breathe a sigh of relief after an elderly pervert was banned from every farm in the UK following his conviction for molesting cows.
John Curno, 80, was found guilty of two counts of outraging public decency following a short trial after it emerged in court he had ‘interfered’ with several cows on at least two occasions.
Curno was spotted by farmer’s wife Susan Howie “stroking and talking” to a herd of 150 cows while touching himself several times last summer, Uxbridge Magistrate’s Court heard.
Police officers were alerted after his sick behaviour – which included inserting his arm into one of the animals and pleasuring himself – was also spotted by two sisters
The defendant was discovered on a nearby public footpath.
During his arrest the pensioner protested: “I’m not a violent person, I have a weakness with animals.”
Magistrates heard that Curno, of Wembley, north London, had been visiting Park Lodge Farm, in Uxbridge, west London, for a decade – but owners Ian and Susan Howie had no idea about what he was up to.
Magistrate Michael Akers adjourned sentencing until next month and imposed bail conditions banning Curno from every farm with animals in the country.
Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court heard the pensioner has previous convictions for arson.
Curno will be sentenced at Uxbridge Magistrates’ Court later this month and he has said he will appeal against the conviction.