Sentence Update August 2017…
A PERV who forced his dog to have sex with him on camera has today been jailed for over three years.
Mark Hook was filmed performing sex acts on the male Labrador and being penetrated by the abused pet before posting the footage on the internet.
Sick animal abuser Mark Hook, 38, performed vile acts on a male lab over seven separate occasions in Somerset.
Police also found extreme child abuse and bestiality videos on the sicko’s devices.
The 38-year-old, who went by DirtyBristolBoi online, indulged his sick fantasies while living at his parents’ home in Bristol.
There he descended into a drug-fuelled spiral and rarely socialised after the collapse of a long-term relationship.
Bristol Crown Court heard Hook spent hours alone in his room where he snorted Mephedrone, drank and shared vile images online with paedophiles.
He began acting out his perverted urges in late 2014 when a twisted pal filmed him abusing the Lab on a farm in Somerset.
Police seized Hook’s iPhone, laptop and hard drive in April 2016 and found dozens of child abuse images, some involving babies.
You sit in private rooms with computers and seek out the most appalling sexual degradation and abuse of young children and babies
Judge Mark Horton.
Officers found 20 videos of Hook abusing the dog filmed over seven different dates as well as 797 “extreme pornographic images” of bestiality.
The images and videos had been shared with several other people via Sykpe, Kick and Whatsapp.
Hook, of Hartcliffe, Bristol, admitted ten counts relating to creating and distributing child abuse images and extreme pornography, as well as having sex with the dog, filming it and distributing it.
Jailing him for three years and two months, Judge Mark Horton said mohawk-wearing Hook had been viewing “the worst kinds of sexual acts imaginable against a human being”.
He said: “You are part of an ever-growing plague of men in this society who present as men of honesty, integrity and family values.
“But behind closed doors in reality you conceal very dark secrets.
“You sit in private rooms with computers and seek out the most appalling sexual degradation and abuse of young children and babies.”
An NSPCC spokesperson said: “The children in these pictures are the victims of child abuse and the horrific experiences they endured for the images to be created should not be underestimated.
“The proliferation of abuse images online is a growing problem, fuelled by offenders like Hook.
“More needs to be done by internet providers, governments and law enforcement to cut this material off at the source, but even then there is no guarantee that the existing abuse images will ever disappear from the web.”
Man facing jail after admitting having sex with a Labrador and allowing the dog to penetrate him.
Mark Hook, who also pleaded guilty to making indecent images of children and possessing extreme pornographic images, now faces jail.
A man has admitted to having sex with a dog and allowing the Labrador to penetrate him.
Mark Hook also committed a sex act on the pet, a court heard.
The 31-year-old from Hartcliffe, who also pleaded guilty to making indecent images of children and possessing extreme pornographic images, now faces jail.
Hook appeared at Bristol Crown Court and pleaded guilty to ten charges which included allowing the Labrador to penetrate him.
Hook did not comment as he left the court
He was told he had a significant risk of going to prison, the Bristol Post reports.
Judge Mark Horton bailed him for further legal preparation, pending a projected two-hour sentence on August 11.
Hook declined to comment as he left court.
He pleaded guilty to three charges of making indecent images of children as well as possessing extreme pornographic images.
He also admitted having intercourse with an animal, two charges of distributing indecent images of children and three charges of publishing an obscene article.
James Ward, prosecuting, said the case could proceed to sentence.
Mark Hook pleaded guilty to ten charges
Robert Duval, defending, told the court: “These offences are not covered by recent sentencing guidelines.
“There is a significant risk of him going to prison.”
Judge Horton told him: “That is an under-statement. It seems to be breaking new law. I know he knows full well the outcome that is likely in this case.”