A sickening woman who sexually abused a dog and filmed it has been fined over £500, a court in Germany has heard.
The horrific act was shared online, which showed her forcing a poor dog to pleasure her, according to reports.
A £543 penalty has been imposed on the lady by the district court of Worms, 45 miles outside Frankfurt.
Christian V – whose name has been changed for legal reasons – is from the district of Alzey-Worms.
The woman had posted the films of her sexually abusing her dog, a Boxer, on internet forums.
An unnamed person then came forward with the material in 2018 and sent it to PETA Deutschland e.V.
This is the German division of the animal rights organisation, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).
The footage clearly showed the face of the woman involved.
PETA then reported this to the public prosecutor's office in Mainz, who launched an investigation into the woman for two offences.
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This included breaking animal protection law, as well as distributing pornographic material which involves animals.
Christian V was then issued a £543 fine, she but immediately appealed this.
However, when she did not attend the hearing at the district court in Worms, no appeal process could take place.
The court then ruled that the previous fine should be upheld.
Dr Edmund Haferbeck, head of the PETA legal department said: "Even though the proceedings took a long time, we are glad that the defendant has to pay the fine.
"Abuse of animals and the distribution of this video material must be strongly condemned.
PETA Deutschland e.V. was founded in late 1993. It is a partner organisation of PETA USA, the largest animal rights organisation worldwide.
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