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Chatham pervert Lee Woodman facing sentence over sick animal pornography of human sex with octopus

02 April 2014
by Lynn Cox
A Chatham man has admitted possessing extreme pornography that shows people having sex with animals... including an octopus.
 
Lee Woodman, 37, also pleaded guilty to possessing and making indecent images of children when he appeared before Medway magistrates.
 
Woodman, of Melville Court, has admitted 15 separate charges relating to the images, which also show someone having sex with a calf and a dog.
 
Extreme pornography of people having sex with animals, including an octopus, was found on Lee Woodman's computer

Extreme pornography of people having sex with animals, including an octopus, was found on Lee Woodman's computer

 
He was charged with six counts of possessing extreme pornographic images portraying an act of intercourse with a live or dead animal after police found the images on a Acer notebook computer and on an external hard drive.
 
Woodman was also charged with nine counts of making indecent images of children between levels one and four - one below the most serious level.
 
He has appeared in court to be sentenced, but magistrates decided the case was so serious it should be sent to Maidstone Crown Court.
 
Lee Woodman appeared at Medway Magistrates' Court

Lee Woodman appeared at Medway Magistrates' Court

 
Woodman was granted bail on the conditions he does not have any unsupervised contact with a child under 16 or uses a computer connected to the internet.
 
A date for Woodman's next appearance is yet to be set.

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