A depraved Dublin woman is facing charges of bestiality and buggery with an animal after being sickeningly accused of having sex with a part-Rottweiler dog.

The unidentified woman has been charged for committing an act of buggery with a mixed breed dog, which was partly Rottweiler, during an incident that reportedly happened at her home last December 2019, the Irish Times reported.

The 29-year-old suspect is accused of a single offense antagonistic to section 61 of the 1861 Offences Against the Person Act.

Orders from the Director of Public Prosecution were acquired, and the accused was charged last month. The woman granted station bail had its first listing at the district court on Thursday. However, a solicitor was commanded to be in court as she was not required to attend the hearing due to the COVD-19 pandemic.

The evidence of her arrest and response to the charge were provided in a court document but were not presented during the brief hearing.

Judge Treasa Kelly was told that the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) had directed the trial on the indictment, which means the case is to be sent to the circuit court, which has more expansive sentencing powers, the Dublin Live wrote.

Judge Kelly adjourned the case to a later date, seen to reconvene by September, for the prosecution to complete the report of evidence which must be served on the accused before she can be returned for trial.

Defense Solicitor Tony Collier consented to the State “having more time to complete the book of evidence and applied for reporting restriction to be imposed.”

He also said that his client was not unavoidably entitled to that protection, however, he opposed that the publication of her name could bring complications and struggles.

Judge Kelly withheld that the defendant should not be identified as of the moment.

An interim order of the bestiality case continues to be levied until the next hearing, Kelly added.

After the solicitor said that the woman was a suitable candidate and was on social welfare, legal aid was granted. A statement of her means will be furnished to the court.

An interim order prevents the media from identifying the accused.

An unidentified Dublin woman is facing charges of buggery after being sickeningly accused of having sex with a Rottweiler dog. The next hearing of the bestiality case is to take place in September with an interim order. This is a representational image. Pixabay

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