Man pleads guilty to ‘acting indecently with a horse in front of a group of children’

PUBLISHED: 17:19 29 March 2017

Man pleads guilty to acting indecently with a horse in front of a group of children

Man pleads guilty to acting indecently with a horse in front of a group of children

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A man was sentenced to four months in prison, suspended for 18 months, after pleading guilty to acting indecently with a horse in front of a group of children in Swavesey.

Steven Richard Cuff, 54, of Home Close, pleaded guilty on Monday, March 27 at Cambridge Crown Court, to the outraging public decency offence which took place in Jesus Green, Cambridge, in May last year.

The offence involved Cuff acting indecently with a horse in front of a group of children.

As well as the suspended sentence Cuff was also ordered to pay £200 costs and sentenced to a 30 hour rehabilitation requirement.

Detective Sergeant Tanya Mutch said: “This offence took place on one of the hottest days of the year and there were many people on Jesus Green at the time which makes this incident all the more inappropriate.”


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