IS ANY FOOD SAFE? Animal porn perv ‘planned Sex in City book’ Now they’re testing chicken and pork meals for contamination
A ‘BANKER’ who claimed his huge collection of beastiality porn was research for a Sex in the City type book has appeared in court.
Sen You Luo, 40, was caught with extreme videos – including animal sex – after anti-fraud cops raided his home in Dover, Kent, in November 2010.
They found 291 videos of bestiality and a further 595 extreme porn images.
Luo, who describes himself on his LinkedIn website as a “banker, writer, broadcaster and entrepreneur” said he had the material as he was researching a novel.
He also claimed he use to work as an anchor for Chinese TV station CCTV International.
An Old Bailey jury found him guilty of two counts of possession of extreme pornography and he was granted bail pending a pre-sentence report.
Judge Charles Wide QC said: “This is an enormous amount of really, really extreme pornography on his computer which he has obviously amassed over a long period of time.”
Speaking outside court DC Kim Negus of the City of London Police said: “The counts relate to only videos that I looked at to get a flavour of what they are about.
“They are the most disgusting and distressing images that have come to light by chance.”
Luo is set to be sentenced on March 13. BRITAIN’S supermarkets have been told to start testing chicken, pork and other meats for contamination after it was revealed many of our favourite meals contain horse meat.
The order was issued by Britain’s food standards watchdog after Tesco admitted its Everyday Value Spaghetti Bolognese has up to 100% horse meat in it.
In the last week, tests have also revealed the meat content in Findus lasagne and several Aldi ready meals may also be entirely dobbin.
And it’s sparked major fears that other items – such as chicken breasts or pork – may have been injected with cheaper meats to bulk them up.
And Catherine Brown, chief executive of the Food Standards Agency (FSA), says retailers will have to check all their other meat products to make sure they are what’s on the label.
But before any chicken or pork meals are put under the microscope, investigations must remain focused on those containing beef that has been “ground up to the point that it is no longer recognisable”.
Mrs Brown said: “It is not lost on retailers they need to test significantly across this product range, across wider meat-based product ranges.”
The tainted frozen meals from Tesco, Findus and Aldi were made by French company Comigel, with the dodgy meat traced back to two abattoirs in Romania.
THE FSA yesterday raided a slaughterhouse in Todmorden, West Yorks, involved in allegedly supplying horse meat labelled as beef.
FSA CHIEF: Catherine Brown