Malaysian man accused of having sex in Malaysia with goat is on trial. He faces up to 20 years imprisonment or whipping for his guilty verdict.

  • Shaari Hasan (60) could face 20 year imprisonment if it is found that he had sex in a barn with a goat
  • After the goat made strange sounds, its owner saw half naked man. 
  • The suspect fled quickly and was soon found dead at the animal’s grave. 

Malaysian law allows for a 60 year-old man to be imprisoned or even whipped for having sex.

Shaari Hasan was yesterday charged with voluntarily having had ‘carnal intercourse’ with the animal on July 27.

After hearing strange noises, the owner of the goat discovered that it was a man.

Shaari Hasan, 60, left, was yesterday charged with voluntarily having had 'carnal intercourse' with a goat

Shaari Hasan, 60, left, was yesterday charged with voluntarily having had ‘carnal intercourse’ with a goat

The judge said not admitting to the evidence made his guilty plea unacceptable and when the charge was again read out to him, Hasan pleaded not guilty

Hasan was not guilty of the crime when the accusation was read again to him by the judge.

Going to check on the animal, she saw the man next to the goat, half-naked, Free Malaysia Today reports. 

The goat died after the man ran from the scene. Owner filed a complaint to police. The carcass was then sent to a veterinarian service department for post-mortem. 

The accused widower was allegedly caught behind a house in the village of Kampung Sungai Buaya in Rawang, at around 1.30pm.

He initially pleaded guilty when the charge, under Article 377 of Malaysia’s criminal code, was first read out by judge Nurul Mardhiah Mohammed Redza, as reported by Detik.

A 60-year-old man in Malaysia could face 20 years in jail or whipping if he is found guilty of having sex with a goat

Malaysian 60 year-old male could spend 20 years behind bars or whipping for having sex after he was found guilty of having had sex with a goat.

After being given evidence that was supposed to have been taken from Hasan when he was detained, including a T-shirt in green and trousers in brown, Hasan said the items weren’t his.

Hasan, who was not allowed to admit to the evidence by the judge, pleaded not guilty when the charges were read to him again.  

Deputy public prosecutor Siti Khadijah Amir Hamdzah opposed bail for the offence.

But Hasan’s lawyer Zolazrai Zolkapli stated that the offence can be bailable and his client should be released depending on how the trial ends. 

Bail was denied by the judge. Hasan will be back in court to discuss December 24.