Porn pix showed sex act with squid
A SWANSEA man has admitted possessing extreme pornographic images of people engaging in sexual activity with animals — including one of a woman having intercourse with a dead squid or octopus.
Andrew Charles Dymond, from Mumbles, also had almost 60 pornographic photographs of children, a judge was told.
The 46-year-old pleaded guilty to a 25-count indictment when he appeared yesterday at Swansea Crown Court.
Between January 2007 and September last year Dymond committed 14 offences of making indecent photos of children, the court heard.
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On September 8 last year he was found to be in possession of 57 indecent photos of children.
Dymond was also found that month to be in possession of 10 images categorised as "extreme pornography".
Five of these portrayed acts likely to result in serious injury to people's breasts or genitals, the court heard.
The others showed people engaging in sexual activity with animals — namely horses, dogs and a dead squid or octopus.
Dymond, of Dunns Lane, was granted bail until next month after Judge Keith Thomas asked the probation service to prepare a pre-sentence report. Conditions of his bail in the meantime are that he must not use the internet or seek any employment or voluntary work likely to give him access to children under the age of 16.
Directing that Dymond must also be registered as a sex offender, the judge warned him that the court would not necessarily accept any recommendations made in the pre-sentence report.
"All the court's sentencing options — including custody — will remain open to it," he told him