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A middle-aged man with a sexual fetish for farm waste was sent to prison after a breaching a restraining order that banned him from being around a farm he has terrorised for years.

David Truscott, 40, was arrested after he broke into a farm he targeted, and covering himself in slurry, before masturbating, The Telegraph reports. He was caught in the act and arrested by police.

The incident in the early hours of 9 November happened weeks after Truscott was released from jail after serving a 16-week sentence for similar offences.

Truscott was sentenced to three years in 2005 after he pleaded guilty to setting three fires on the same farm. This destroyed facilities and killed a cow.

A police spokesman said the family who lived on the farm Camborne, Cornwall had been left "terrified" by Truscott's criminal and frequently bizarre behaviour. On one previous occasion Truscott found his way into a milking parlour before stripping down to his pants and climbing into a huge vat of manure, as The Telegraph delicately puts it.

His latest offences earned Truscott a 20 week sentence for breaching a restraining order. ®

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