A sexually frustrated man is facing jail after he got drunk and tried to have sex with his girlfriend’s dog. Sex starved George Litt was discovered half naked by his horrified partner and a friend, who was so appalled by the disgusting sight she was immediately sick.
The sexually malnourished and randy 61-year-old downed 12 cans of lager when his urges got the better of him in his Lake District caravan home last August.
Stunned magistrates were told how he drunkenly grabbed the female Boston terrier, named “Chico”, and attempted to have sex with the animal. But his girlfriend and a pal arrived just before the vile act could take place.
The court heard last Monday how Litt had been drinking in the caravan at the beauty spot of St Bees, on the Lake District coastline, with his partner on the afternoon of August 18. Around 7.30pm, the pair were joined by a friend, and the two women left the caravan briefly to collect some chairs from elsewhere on the site.
When they returned, they made the shocking discovery which caused the devastated partner to run from the caravan screaming. Litt told the court that he had drunk 12 cans of lager prior to the episode. He added that he had not had sex with his partner "for months".
He said: "I was going to have sex with the dog, but something in my head said 'no' so I stopped. I thought 'This is wrong'." He claimed that it was at that point that the witnesses walked in.
He explained: "It [the sex] just didn't happen." Giving evidence during a brief trial, the partner - who it was requested was not named in court - said: "I only saw him from behind but he looked like he was having sex with the dog.
"I thought it was something out of a horror movie and I became hysterical and ran away screaming." The unnamed friend added: "I heard [the partner] shouting and I looked round and saw George and I lost it. I went outside to be sick."
The court heard that Litt and the dog's owner are no longer a couple, but still remain friends. However, she told the court that Chico is staying with a family member, adding: "I don't want the dog to be where George is."