Buggery is a legal term seldom used in this digital age, but that is exactly the term used to secure Rodell Vereen behind bars.
Classified as an “offense of morality,” the 50-year-old man was given a three year prison sentence for sodomizing a horse at the Lazy B stables in Horry County, South Carolina.
His latest arrest marks the second time that he was caught in the act by Lazy B’s owner, Barbara Kenley, who also witnessed him having sex with another horse at her stable.
“When they arrested him before I thought that was the end of it,” said Kenley, speaking of the first time Vereen had relations with her aged mare Sugar.
Rodell, who gave both horses an infection when he molested them, was placed on South Carolina’s sex offender’s list after his first offense. Kenley installed surveillance cameras to catch the mentally unstable man, and the tapes were used as evidence against him during his sentencing.
The sex fiend has been ordered to stay away from Lazy B’s after his release and he must seek counseling to help