Woman Charged With Bestiality After Police Find Videos Of Her Having Sex With A Dog


A woman who has been charged with bestiality after police found footage on her mobile phone of her allegedly having sex with a dog has returned to her Queensland home.

Jenna Louise Driscoll has been charged with three counts of bestiality, along with charges of trafficking and possession of a dangerous drug, the Courier Mail reports.

1414654697112_wps_4_Jenna_Louise_Driscoll_25_The 25-year-old arrived home and exited the black sedan, clutching a red bull can and dressed in a black singlet, pink shorts and black thongs.

The dog, believed to be a pitbull terrier, climbed the stairs to Driscoll’s cream coloured residence, where neighbours say she has lived for some time.

Driscoll entered her house and remained for a very short amount of time, before leaving with the man in the sedan.

Police were carrying out checks on Driscoll’s phone for suspected drug trafficking when they discovered the three videos, and appeared at Brisbane Magistrates Court on Wednesday.

‘This isn’t something you’d normally expect, it’s quite unusual. The last case I can recall was a few years ago, it certainly isn’t something we hear reported often,’ said Mark Townend, CEO of RSPCA Queensland.

‘Under the Animal Care Protection Act bestiality isn’t included. To take action and remove the dog we would have to prove actions there were cruel or that it was tormented.’

‘The RSPCA would ideally like to get a dog out of the situation if bestiality was happening, but to operate under the act we would have to prove those two things.’

‘We’d try to do everything we can to help the dog if that is the case.’

Driscoll was also charged with two counts of possession of an item used in the commission of a crime and three counts of supplying.

She was granted bail but will have to report to police once a week and live at an apartment at Enoggera, south-west of Brisbane.

Police prosecutor Sergeant Scott Pearson said Driscoll had allegedly been dealing cannabis to friends.

Text messages showed that Driscoll had arranged for 113 grams of the drug to be sold for $1,150 and on another occasion 85 grams for $900, according to Sgt Pearson.

It was when police were investigating the text messages they located the videos of Driscoll allegedly having sex with the dog.

She will reappear in court in December.

Here’s something to show your wife …. Sex with more than 20 women helps reduce prostate cancer


Men who have sex with more than 20 women during the course of their lifetimes are less likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer, new research shows.

But for homosexuals who have had sex with at least 20 men and virgins, the risk of being diagnosed is doubled, the researchers from the University of Montreal have found.

Article Lead - wide6277000911dhhqimage.related.articleLeadwide.729x410.11ddnd.png1414545155380.jpg-620x349Compared with men who have had just one sexual partner, men who have slept with 20 or more women have a 28 per cent lower risk of being diagnosed, and are 19 per cent less likely to develop the most aggressive form of prostate cancer.

However, the researchers found that homosexual men who have had at least 20 sexual partners, were twice as likely to to develop prostate cancer compared with those in monogamous relationships.

Homosexual men were also five times more likely to develop a less serious form of the disease than those with only one male partner.

The “highly speculative” hypothesis to explain this increased risk for homosexual men is that there is a heightened risk of picking up a sexually transmitted disease and “physical trauma” to the prostate from anal intercourse.

Between 2005 and 2009, 3208 men participated in the Prostate Cancer & Environment Study and were asked to give information about their lifestyles and sexual experiences.

In this time frame, 1590 men who participated in the study were diagnosed with prostate cancer..

The research, published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, is the first of its kind to make a link between the number of sexual partners and the risk of developing cancer.

Lead researcher Marie-Elise Parent said that, despite the results, she did not see a need for public health authorities to encourage men to have sex with as many women as possible.

“It is possible that having many female sexual partners results in a higher frequency of ejaculations, whose protective effect against prostate cancer has been previously observed in cohort studies,” Dr Parent said

The research found that men who had never had sexual intercourse, were twice as likely to be diagnosed with prostate cancer.

Prior studies have indicated sexual intercourse might help reduce the risk of prostate cancer because it lowers the concentration of carcinogenic crystal-like substances in the fluid of the prostate.

“We were fortunate to have participants from Montreal who were comfortable talking about their sexuality, no matter what sexual experiences they have had, and this openness would probably not have been the same 20 or 30 years ago,” Dr Parent said.

“Indeed, thanks to them, we now know that the number and type of partners must be taken into account to better understand the causes of prostate cancer.”

Teen Steals Penis Cream And Throat-Desensitizing Spray From Mall


For someone who’s no hardened criminal, these charges can be tough to swallow.

n-KARLA-FARMER-largeSecurity at a South Carolina mall said they caught Karla Farmer, 18, walking off with an assortment of novelty sex products from Spencer’s earlier this month.

Her naughty haul included “Rock Harderection cream, handcuffs, and Deep Throat desensitizing spray,” according to the Smoking Gun.

Mall security said they also found a couple pairs of underwear that the Spartanburg teen allegedly pinched from Victoria’s Secret. They detained the teen until actual police arrived.

Farmer was charged with misdemeanor shoplifting. Under South Carolina law, if convicted she could face a fine of up to $5,000 or up to three years in prison — and that’s just if it’s her first offense. If she’s a repeat shoplifter, she could face a felony charge and considerably worse punishment.

A web search of the items Farmer allegedly pilfered from Spencer’s suggests a total retail value of about $30 to $35.

The oldest profession is the latest to be hit by cheap/free online services


Prostitutes are facing a shortage of clients, as the rapid rise of hook-up smartphone apps such as Tinder erode the market for paid sex.

imagesNew Zealand Prostitutes’ Collective national co-ordinator Catherine Healy said the most common complaint both here and globally was a lack of work.

In part, that was the result of the rise of online dating websites where people could find casual sex for free, she said.

“In the last 15 years, it feels like maybe the number of commercial sex encounters are in competition with those sites.”

The likes of NZDating.com and Findsomeone.co.nz have tens of thousands of active members.

Location-based apps such as Tinder and Grindr have also experienced enormous growth in recent years.

Tinder does not reveal user numbers, but said, globally, people swiped through 1.2 billion profiles every day.

Casual sex worker Eva* said it was so quiet in Wellington that she took a trip to Sydney last week to try to drum up new business.

While over there, she ran into two Kiwi acquaintances doing the same thing.

She typically fitted three or four clients a week around work and family commitments, but would ideally see one every day.

“I make enough money in the other job to live,” she said. “This is for if I want to go on holiday, buy some nice things, or even go out for dinner.”

Eva said the rise of online speed dating had been harder on male prostitutes, as the hook-up culture in the gay community was more socially acceptable.

Auckland freelancer Jay*, whose clients are men, said he was getting enough work, but had heard of others who were struggling.

Not everyone using Grindr had a positive experience, with many still preferring to pay, he said.

“They think hiring a sex worker is a more straightforward and easy process, which gets them what they want.”

Both Jay and Eva said the internet had some big advantages, such as being able to advertise cheaply and effectively.

“The interface between yourself and your client can change quite rapidly,” Jay said. “You need to be up to speed with ways to attract clients using the internet.”

He said he was looking into Madam, a New Zealand-developed online service that uses location technology to connect clients with prostitutes in the same area.

Customers are able to search by the likes of body type or hair colour, and workers can get details on the best times and locations to win custom.

The service said safety was of “a paramount concern”, and workers were also able to lodge warnings about certain users. Fairfax NZ

Gym Teacher, Charged With 30 Counts Of Statutory Rape


n-MEGAN-MAHONEY-largeA former basketball coach and gym teacher at a prestigious New York City high school faces statutory rape charges for her alleged sex abuse of a male student.

Megan Mahoney, 24, was arrested Monday for allegedly having regular sexual contact with the same 16-year-old student over a period of more than two months beginning in late October 2013, the Staten Island Advance reports.

She faces 30 counts of statutory rape in the case. The New York Post reports:

Mahoney romped with the teen “on numerous occasions, that is at least two times per week during the period,” court papers claim.

She also was charged with four counts of “criminal sexual act” because of mutual oral sex that she and the boy allegedly engaged in “at least two times per month during said period.”

In January, Mahoney resigned from Moore Catholic High School in Staten Island, where she taught gym and was an assistant coach for the women’s basketball team.

Investigators said at some of the encounters happened on school grounds. In August, the victim told the New York Post that the illicit relationship began shortly afterMahoney allegedly approached him in the gym and offered to coach him in basketball.

“We would just drive around and [do it] in the car,” the boy, whose name was withheld, told the newspaper.

Richard Postiglione, the Moore’s athletic director, was also investigated for allegedly failing to report sex abuse accusations against Mahoney and another female teacher at the school.

Before she was a coach, Mahoney was also a student athlete, playing basketball for Fordham University and Wagner College.

One in 10 Brits admits to getting their annual vacations off to a good start by having sex while waiting at the airport


Randy Brits have said holiday spirits and the thrill of not knowing if they’d get caught are the main reasons for having sex in airports.

Instead of doing crosswords, reading or simply catching up on sleep whilst waiting for a flight, nine per cent of UK travellers are getting down and dirty in airports loos and storage rooms.

1413366446476_Image_galleryImage_AC266R_Couple_in_the_restThe surprising results from a new poll conducted by flight comparison website Jetcost.co.uk revealed the growing trend of sexual encounters in terminals, suggesting the Airport Club is becoming as much of a phenomenon as the Mile-High Club.

Three quarters (76 per cent) choose to have sex in airport toilets while 21 per cent decided to take the risk in storage areas or rooms.

Twelve per cent people who had had a sexual encounter at the airport admitted they had been caught by either staff or members of the public.

When asked why they had sex at the airport, 32 per cent said they were ‘in the holiday spirit’ and 27 per cent admitted they wanted the ‘thrill’ of not knowing if they would get caught.

All respondents were also asked if they had ever had a sexual encounter on an aircraft, to which only four per cent admitted to it. Thirty-one per cent of these had been caught in the act.

More than 2,520 respondents from across the UK were quizzed about their airport experiences.

To determine whether this was purely a UK trend or something that was becoming popular in all Europe, 1,000 people from European countries were also polled.

The results showed that Italians (17 per cent) are the most amorous when it comes to sexual encounters in airports, followed by the Spanish (14 per cent). Eight per cent from Germany gave in to their desires whilst only three percent of the French did the same.

The poll also found that 79 per cent of Brit travellers spent their time eating and drinking and half (52 per cent) decided to while away the hours by reading.

Browsing duty free shops (30 per cent), sitting around waiting (24 per cent) and playing games (19 per cent) were some of the other things Brit holidaymakers did to pass time.

The poll was conducted by flight comparison website Jetcost.co.uk and 2,521 UK respondents aged 18 and over were quizzed about their airport experiences.

Antoine Michelat, co-founder of Jetcost.co.uk, said: ‘These results shocked us a little. We’re surprised that more people haven’t been caught in the act.

‘Clearly, intimate acts in airports are even more common than those that take place on planes! I suppose one of the reasons many people are tempted is the thrill of knowing you’re not supposed to be doing what you’re doing, where you’re doing it.’