Bestiality charges dropped
PROSECUTORS have dropped a charge of bestiality against a Sydney financier who is accused of aggravated cruelty against rabbits and a guinea pig.
The dead or dying animals were found in and around his York Street office between July and early August this year, police documents previously tendered to the court allege.
Mr McMahon had also been accused of committing an act of bestiality against one rabbit in the early hours of August 1.
Mr McMahon’s lawyer, Douglas Marr, had previously told a court his client had been suffering serious mental health problems brought on by the use of the illegal amphetamine ice
The devil made me do it, your Honour.
Douglas Marr might think that’s a reasonable defence but I don’t.