*Hat Tip: Cynical Princess
A pensioner who was caught molesting cows has been banned from every farm in Britain.
John Curno, 80, was found guilty of two counts of outraging public decency after he molested several cows on at least two occasions last summer.
He had been visiting Park Lodge Farm in Uxbridge, west London, for a decade but owners Ian and Susan Howie had no idea he had been molesting their herd.
Chair of the Bench Michael Akers adjourned sentencing until next month and imposed bail conditions banning the randy pervert from every farm with animals in the country.
Uxbridge Magistrates Court heard that the cow molester has previous convictions for arson.
Judge Akers said: ‘You have been found guilty of both offenses and you will need to attend court at a later date for sentence.
‘There will be a condition of bail and that is not to attend Park Lodge Farm Estate including The Mill and Church Garden or any other farm with animals.’
After the conviction was announced farmer Ian Howie, husband of Susan who caught the savage pleasuring himself with the cows, said he was pleased with the result.
Outside court Ian said: ‘We are pleased with the result.
‘He needs to be held accountable for the crimes he has committed.
‘He has been visiting us for ten years but we never considered anything like this, this is the first time he has been caught by police.
‘We assumed that he liked the area and just liked cows, we just did not realize he liked them that much.’