IS ANY FOOD SAFE? An­i­mal porn perv ‘planned Sex in City book’ Now they’re test­ing chicken and pork meals for con­tam­i­na­tion

Midweek Sport - - NEWS - By JON LIVESEY

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

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