A man found naked in a field amongst cow dung and mud had been sexually pleasuring himself, a court has heard. It was the same farm he had returned to over a period of seven years. He was discovered on Saturday by a child of the family on land at Woodbury House Farm, Tolgus Mount, Redruth. When police officers arrived soon after, they found him covered in a large amount of slurry and mud, in a quagmire, surrounded by tissues. This is the third time that he has appeared in court for this kind of behaviour. David Truscott, aged 41, of Pengegon Parc, Camborne, was sent to Truro Crown Court for sentence by Truro magistrates after he pleaded guilty to breaching a restraining order and to causing harassment to Clive Roth, of the family living on the farm. Jill Wilson, prosecuting, said the restraining order had been made in 2009 prohibiting Truscott from entering the farm for any reason. “There is a history of his visiting this particular farm seeking sexual gratification while immersed in cow dung and mud,” she said. “This is the only place he seeks to gratify himself in this particular manner. It goes back seven years.” The Roth family had suffered because of his behaviour, she went on, as it had affected their quality of life and their children who had been part of what was going on. “The family have to regularly check their livestock, outbuildings and equipment, as he has masturbated in a muck spreader and set fire to outbuildings, killing livestock in frustration when they cleaned out their farm equipment in an attempt to stop him from this lewd and obscene habit.” On Saturday, a son of the family had become aware that a man had been seen climbing over a gate to the property, and since the family were expecting this to be Truscott they went out. The child came across him naked in a field amongst cow dung and mud. His previous convictions included arson, burglary and harassment, and he had a caution for possession of extreme pornographic images in relation to animals. He had breached the restraining order before, quite soon after it was made, and for which he was sent to prison.David seriously has issues. He spent four years in prison after he was first caught on the farm in 2004. He stripped down to his pants and climbed into a huge vat of manure and pleasured himself. When cops searched his home, they found 360 pairs of women's underwear and containers of liquid sludge and harden manure. Then in 2009 he was back at the farm. This time he was caught wearing rubber gloves and playing in the manure and mud while masturbating; he was jailed for 16 weeks after admitting harassment.
David should order several cans of cow farts before they sell out in Germany.
Cans filled with the aroma of cow farts are proving a big hit with shoppers - despite costing £5 (8) a tin. Tins filled with the air sucked out of an ageing wooden stable, straw lined and filled with gas producing cattle has become an instant hit after it went on sale in Germany. Managers of the 'Countryside air to go' project say their clients are mainly country people who have moved to the city and want to be reminded of home. The cans cost £5 a pop and can be ordered from the web site www.stallduft.de One advert boasts: 'Simply put your nose to the tin and peel back the lid for the authentic smell of the country'. Designer Daniela Dorrer from the village of Adlkofen in Bavaria in Germany said: "We hope to make people who miss the countryside happy and remind them of home. We are planning other smells such as horse, straw, pigs and manure. But most people miss the smell of the cows in the country, not really surprising as much of the smell is from cows." Cows' farting and burping have even been accused of causing global warming problems. Just one cow gives off enough harmful methane gas in a single day to fill around 400 litre bottles, which is really bad for the environment, say experts.Wait, that's pretty gross too -- but at least it's not illegal. There ought to be an easier way, no?