BREAKING NEWS Out Of Alabama…. HOLY HELL!

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Daniel Bennett, 18, has been accused of sexually molesting a horse in Alabama.

Daniel Bennett, 18, has been accused of sexually molesting a horse in Alabama.  (Mobile Metro Jail)

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An extremely perverted Alabama man has been accused of repeatedly sexually molesting a horse after its owner believes she found evidence of his crimes left behind in a barn stall.

Lol, how SICK!

Daniel Bennett, 18, of Irvington, is awaiting trial after he allegedly told Mobile County Sheriff’s Office investigators he attempted to molest a horseAL.com reported.

Come on dude, hire a prostitute or take matters into your own hands but leave the freaking horse alone you perverted FREAK!

The owner of the 20-year-old steed told WPMI-TV she found Bennett in the barn Thursday night after her dogs’ barking led her to the scene.

“How did he explain himself being in the stall?” asked NBC 15’s Andrea Ramey.

“He likes horses. He wanted to the pet the horse,” replied Polly’s owner Francine Janes.

“What did he tell investigators?” asked Ramey.

“That he molested the horse,” replied Janes.

Janes says she’s appalled by what’s happened and hopes Bennett seeks help.

“I sincerely hope the judge mandates that he goes for psychiatric help but just not a slap on the wrist, “said Janes.

Bennett’s arrest warrant lists his crime of bestiality as a misdemeanor, claiming he “engaged in or submitted to any sexual contact with an animal, to-wit: a horse,” AL.com reported.

Bennett was charged with possession of burglar’s tools, sexual misconduct and second-degree criminal trespassing. He’s scheduled to appear in court Jan. 18.

Unbelievable.

H/T FOX NEWS

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