Bloke caught with weird fish sex image on his phone insists it’s NOT porn

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Danny Mullen was approached by police on an unrelated matter when the image was found on his phone.

The cops checked his phone, as a matter of routine, and came across what is described as ‘an illegal, extreme pornographic image of a man performing oral sex with a fish.’

Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard the Mullen’s mobile phone was seized and examined after he was approached by police.

The Derbyshire Times reports prosecuting solicitor Rosanna McDaid told the court there was a ten-recon video of oral penetration of a live fish by a male on the phone which she claimed is classed as extreme pornography.

Mr Mullen pleaded not guilty to the charge of possessing an extreme pornographic image which portrayed, in an explicit and realistic way, a person performing oral sex with a live animal, namely a fish, and which was grossly offensive, disgusting or otherwise of an obscene character.

Geoff Flemming, representing Mullen, told the court his defence will be that the image concerned is not pornographic. 

Mullen has been released on bail, and a summary trial has been set for June 11.

Under a new law, set to take effect next month, people in the UK wishing to watch any kind of porn online will need to prove their age beforehand.

Proof of age will be required in the form of either a driving licence or a new age verification card.

Stuart Lawley, CEO of AVSecure, says: “The BBFC (British Board of Film Classification) will look at the methods age verification systems use to verify people are 18, so for instance, a name and address wouldn’t be enough – but a scan of a driving licence or a credit card and CVV number would be OK.”

Those looking to view porn will be directed to a page which will ask them to fill in their details.

Once users have proved their age once they will be given “tokens” that will be stored in internet browsers.

Those allow users to log in to sites.

The Daily Star Online currently understands that the infrastructure required to enforce this law is not yet ready for use.

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