Causing disconcert is the saga of Queensland, Australian woman Jenna Louise Driscoll who had repeated sex with her pet dog in a bid to arouse her boyfriend.
Appearing in front of court on Friday, the 27 year old Brisbane woman pled guilty to bestiality along with charges of drug trafficking cannabis.
The woman’s arrest came after cops acting on drug tips searched the woman’s home in 2014 where they found three animal sex tapes on Driscoll’s mobile phone.
According to mirror the woman was having intercourse with a pit-bull dog in each video.
A judge hearing the case branded the shocking sex sessions ‘repulsive and completely against the order of nature’.
Following her arrest in October 2014 RSPCA Queensland described the case as ‘quite unusual’, adding: ‘This isn’t something you’d normally expect.’
Not necessarily understood was whether the dog was removed from the woman’s residence.
Told prosecutor Dzenita Balic in court on Friday: ‘It seems [the videos were] in connection to the attempted arousal of her partner.’
In her defense, Jenna Louise Driscoll’s lawyer James Godbolt said the 27 year old woman had gone from a highly dysfunctional childhood to a highly dysfunctional relationship that lasted about six years.
The defense lawyer went on to mention that his client had been affected by the public shaming of the bestiality charge and had stopped attending classes at the University of Southern Queensland.
Told Judge Terry Martin in turn: ‘It might be a sad reflection on society that the bestiality attracts more publicity whereas the serious offense of trafficking cannabis does not.
‘It rather undermines the factor of general deterrence.’
Brisbane District Court heard that Driscoll ran away from home when she was 16, started a relationship with a man 12 years older and started smoking cannabis when she was 18.
Driscoll pleaded guilty to bestiality, drug trafficking, stabbing another woman with a fork and twice biting a child.
The prosecution said Driscoll had 15 regular customers and six suppliers and also a phone purely for the purpose of selling drugs.
Mr Gobolt asked for her to be given a suspended sentence, adding: ‘The trafficking is at the bottom end, to support her own use of the substance.
‘She is not living the high life.’
Driscoll burst into tears when told she would be spending the weekend behind bars after Judge Martin said he needed time to consider before her sentencing on Monday.