A 37 year-old Gosport man, who appeared in court on charges of outraging public decency, sexual assault and animal cruelty, has blamed his ‘regrettable’ behaviour on the volatility of global finance as a result of China’s financial instability.
Michael Bruntwhich was arrested last week after visitors at Pooley Brook Farm Park reported suspicious behaviour in the petting zoo section. ‘He was bending over the poor animal, muttering something about the Shanghai Composite,’ said one witness. ‘People started yelling and some of the dads tried to pull him off, but he refused to let go of the horns until the Chinese Government dropped it’s unrealistic economic growth targets or something – it was all a bit complicated to be honest.’
Posted: Aug 29th, 2015
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