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Jury can’t stop laughing at trial of man charged with having sex with animals

By Mason White 12:36 PM January 29, 2014
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By: Aarav Sen
A courtroom has turned into a comedy club after the jury couldn’t stop laughing during trial.

It all began when a man was arrested and charged with having sex with animals after he was caught having sex with a cow in the United Kingdom.

During the trial, a judge became angry with the jurors for being unable to control their laughter.

Laughter was heard during the trial of Paul Lovell. Police accused him of a sex with a cow in Enfield, north London.

The 61-year-old has been charged with outraging public decency and with having sex with a cow.

The judge sent jurors out for lunch to get over their laughter.

A couple saw Lovell lying on the floor and taking off his pants before committing sexual acts.

“Lovell tried to put his privates into the mouth of a cow,” a prosecutor told the court.

“He repeated the act more than once with different cows,” the prosecutor added.

Laughter erupted again when the judge ordered a witness to demonstrate what Lovell was doing to the animals.

Lovell denied the charges.