A doctor has appeared in court over charges of possessing extreme pornography which included a man having sex with a snake, Daily Mail reports.
The suspect is said to be on trial charged with five counts of possessing pornography of a “grossly offensive, disgusting or otherwise obscene character”.
Cyprian Okoro, 55, is accused of saving the photos on his Samsung mobile phone having received them via mobile messaging app WhatsApp, the Old Bailey heard.
The prosecutor told the jurors that at least three videos were found in the phone; one of a woman having sex with a dog, another of a man having sex with a snake and one of a woman having sex with a horse.
Okoro is also accused of one charge of possessing indecent images of a child relating to a video of a two-year-old boy.
At the resumed trial, prosecutor Nicola Devas told jurors they would be spared from watching the videos as the question of whether they were indecent or extreme was not at issue.
The footage was brought to light on August 28 2013, when Okoro’s Samsung phone was seized by police and examined by specialist officers from Norfolk Constabulary before being returned.
The forensic examination found three of the videos, including the one of a toddler, had been stored on a password protected specialist App or ‘vault’, the court heard.
Also, in February 2014, the defendant was arrested and his phone examined by police again.
The indecent video and footage of a woman having sex with a dog were still in the vault while other images had been deleted, the court heard.
Upon interrogation, Okoro said pictures would be sent to him on WhatsApp and automatically go into his photos gallery.
As the indecent video had been manually moved to the vault, Mrs Devas told jurors it was clear he had viewed it.
She said: “What we say is he has received videos on WhatsApp, downloaded on his phone and three specifically moved into a further password protected vault.”
Mr. Okoro, of Cameron Place, Streatham, south west London, denies the charges against him even as the trial continues.