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'It's not what it looks like' — Ottawa man caught with pants down in pony stall

Whatever it looked like, police told him to put his pants on.

Author of the article:Gary Dimmock

Publishing date: Jul 21, 2021


When police found the intruder at the Ottawa stables, he was in a stall with his pants down and his penis up, standing next to a miniature pony that had been tied up and lubed up with massage oil.

“I’m sorry, it’s not what it looks like,” Ryan Dodd, 30, immediately told police officers, according to their notes cited at his criminal trial last week for break-and-enter, and attempted bestiality, in which he was found guilty of both.

Whatever it looked like, Ottawa Police and OPP officers responding to the break-and-enter call early Jan. 5, 2019, told him to put his pants on, and he did so only backwards, saying “this is embarrassing.”

Police found the smell of scented body oil overwhelming.

Dodd was co-operative with arresting officers and said he had been drinking and did two lines of coke a few hours before breaking into the barn.

The miniature pony, its hair coat left greasy, smelled of perfume for days, and police noted her genitalia appeared shiny.


Police seized an empty bottle of body oil and rope. (The miniature pony had been restrained with one rope around her neck and another around her hind quarters.) Police also seized a pink silicone vagina replica used for masturbation from the pocket of Dodd’s hoodie.

An examination by a veterinarian revealed no trauma to the pony’s vaginal area or rectum. Three swabs showed no semen or oil from the vagina, hamstring region or hind legs.

The veterinarian noted a “copious oily, perfumed substance” on the rump and found that the pony’s vulva was abnormally clean and there was no oily film palpable around the vulva lips.

The successful prosecution by Ottawa Assistant Crown Attorney Tara Dobec proved only attempted bestiality and Dodd’s defence was that it wasn’t at all what it looked like and he had broken into the barn to only masturbate and in fact, had brought his own replica vagina. The medical examination also showed no sexual assault.

But Dodd, who did not testify in his own defence, was found guilty of attempted bestiality and break and enter.

Police, who responded within 15 minutes of the call, found Dodd’s Chevy pickup truck parked a couple hundred metres down the road from the barn. The engine was still hot.

Dodd was a private in the army and worked as a vehicle technician. He joined the Canadian Armed Forces in January 2013 and was released in February 2017. He had no deployments and was posted mainly to CFB Borden and Petawawa.

The morning he was arrested, just after 3 a.m., Dodd told police that he had been dishonourably discharged from the military in 2017.

Dodd will be subjected to a sexual behaviour assessment while he awaits sentencing and is expected to appeal the case later this year.

 

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Whatever it looked like, police told him to put his pants on.

Author of the article:Gary Dimmock

Publishing date: Jul 21, 2021


When police found the intruder at the Ottawa stables, he was in a stall with his pants down and his penis up, standing next to a miniature pony that had been tied up and lubed up with massage oil.

“I’m sorry, it’s not what it looks like,” Ryan Dodd, 30, immediately told police officers, according to their notes cited at his criminal trial last week for break-and-enter, and attempted bestiality, in which he was found guilty of both.

Whatever it looked like, Ottawa Police and OPP officers responding to the break-and-enter call early Jan. 5, 2019, told him to put his pants on, and he did so only backwards, saying “this is embarrassing.”

Police found the smell of scented body oil overwhelming.

Dodd was co-operative with arresting officers and said he had been drinking and did two lines of coke a few hours before breaking into the barn.

The miniature pony, its hair coat left greasy, smelled of perfume for days, and police noted her genitalia appeared shiny.


Police seized an empty bottle of body oil and rope. (The miniature pony had been restrained with one rope around her neck and another around her hind quarters.) Police also seized a pink silicone vagina replica used for masturbation from the pocket of Dodd’s hoodie.

An examination by a veterinarian revealed no trauma to the pony’s vaginal area or rectum. Three swabs showed no semen or oil from the vagina, hamstring region or hind legs.

The veterinarian noted a “copious oily, perfumed substance” on the rump and found that the pony’s vulva was abnormally clean and there was no oily film palpable around the vulva lips.

The successful prosecution by Ottawa Assistant Crown Attorney Tara Dobec proved only attempted bestiality and Dodd’s defence was that it wasn’t at all what it looked like and he had broken into the barn to only masturbate and in fact, had brought his own replica vagina. The medical examination also showed no sexual assault.

But Dodd, who did not testify in his own defence, was found guilty of attempted bestiality and break and enter.

Police, who responded within 15 minutes of the call, found Dodd’s Chevy pickup truck parked a couple hundred metres down the road from the barn. The engine was still hot.

Dodd was a private in the army and worked as a vehicle technician. He joined the Canadian Armed Forces in January 2013 and was released in February 2017. He had no deployments and was posted mainly to CFB Borden and Petawawa.

The morning he was arrested, just after 3 a.m., Dodd told police that he had been dishonourably discharged from the military in 2017.

Dodd will be subjected to a sexual behaviour assessment while he awaits sentencing and is expected to appeal the case later this year.


I suppose that, in his defence, he was a vet...
 

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The memes are just producing themselves on this one ....
 

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I’d love to know the circumstances of his release.

But yeah, that’s one of those one-liner opportunities that you just live for.

“It’s not what it looks like!”
“I hope not, cause it looks like you’re gonna f*** a horse.”
 

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Yeah, one to certainly wonder about, but did anyone feel that the writer of the article was perhaps overly thorough with the amount of details of the pony? 🤔
 

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Yeah, one to certainly wonder about, but did anyone feel that the writer of the article was perhaps overly thorough with the amount of details of the pony? 🤔
Very much so, but these opportunities don’t come up often as a journalist. Sometimes it’s ok to recognize you’ve probably already peaked, and just send it.
 

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You have to wonder if counsel for the accused was questioning his/her life choices when presenting the defence?
 

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You have to wonder if counsel for the accused was questioning his/her life choices when presenting the defence?
Are you kidding me? If I were the counsel, I would advertise that "I was the person who had to say so and so" in great detail, anytime anyone asked for my CV.
 

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All things considered he appears to have put a lot of effort into romancing the lady.
 

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.... as far as we know at this point
For a moment I was wondering if a senior officer was either going to be suspended or announce their retirement ( for unrelated family reasons). But then I read further and found he'd been a rather junior ncm.
 

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For a moment I was wondering if a senior officer was either going to be suspended or announce their retirement ( for unrelated family reasons). But then I read further and found he'd been a rather junior ncm.
I'm honestly afraid of what the fall-out from that might have been. You know it's a bad day when a scandle crosses into other species.

I'm confident that the exsistance of aliens will be confirmed when a GO/FO is accused of sexual misconduct towards one.
 

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Yeah, one to certainly wonder about, but did anyone feel that the writer of the article was perhaps overly thorough with the amount of details of the pony? 🤔
No kidding...this quality of journalism is fit for the National Inquirer.

It is the journalistic version of farting in a public bus - really, did you have to write that? Why man? Why?
 

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For a moment I was wondering if a senior officer was either going to be suspended or announce their retirement ( for unrelated family reasons). But then I read further and found he'd been a rather junior ncm.
Now not to be a flake or hypocrite, but I could totally understand the MND losing paperwork & forgetting conversations if THAT what had come across his desk.

On that note, anybody been to wainwright lately? 🤠
 

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You have to wonder if counsel for the accused was questioning his/her life choices when presenting the defence?
Expensive law school. All kinds of internships of sorts. Passing the bar. Getting hired by a firm. Aaannndddd…

This. This is what you’re defending.

Actually you know what? When he said “it isn’t what it looks like…”

- what was this supposed to look like?
 
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