Tasmanian couple arrested and charged for infamously committing depraved sex acts with trout, grave

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Couple are charged with having SEX on the grave of a famous artist and performing an unspeakable act with a fish

  • Couple arrested and charged over alleged sex acts
  • The two recorded themselves committing the offences  
  • Officers warn of illegal footage spreading across internet 

A couple who allegedly had sex on the grave of a famous artist and used a fish to perform a sex act have been arrested and charged.

Tasmania Police arrested a woman, 57, and a man, 54, both from the island state’s south, on Wednesday after videos of their sex acts spread across the internet. 

Both have been charged with bestiality offences and an offence relating to ‘prohibited activities in a cemetery.’

Tasmanian couple arrested and charged for infamously committing depraved sex acts with trout, grave

A man and woman decided to get intimate on top of the grave at St Mark’s Anglican Cemetery, in Cressy, northern Tasmania – in broad daylight… and have now been charged

They will appear in the Hobart Magistrates Court at a later date, a statement said.  

Internet users were shocked when footage surfaced of the couple allegedly getting intimate in broad daylight at St Mark’s Anglican Cemetery, in Cressy, northern Tasmania last month. 

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During the sick video, the couple appeared to make light of their situation, with one saying ‘to the souls of the faithfully departed, may they rest in peace’.

The defiled grave was identified as belonging to David Hammond Chapman, a painter known for his landscape work, who died in 1983. 

The couple defiled the grave (pictured) of David Hammond Chapman, a painter known for his landscape work, who died in 1983

The couple defiled the grave (pictured) of David Hammond Chapman, a painter known for his landscape work, who died in 1983

One person who viewed the footage said they hoped the family of Mr Chapman were aware of what had been done to his burial site.

A separate video emerged of the couple using a fish to perform a sexual act on one another. 

‘That’s how you catch a trout,’ the man can be heard saying.

In a statement, Tasmanian Police warned ‘it is an offence to possess or distribute the bestiality-related video’.

The maximum penalty for production and dissemination of bestiality material could be up to five years in prison, and three years for possession. 

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