DCSIMG

Wyrm Ryder bikers deny link to eel porn pensioner

Alister Mollison, 67, from Washington, outside Sunderland Magistrates Court where he pleaded guilty to possessing pornographic images featuring animals.

Alister Mollison, 67, from Washington, outside Sunderland Magistrates Court where he pleaded guilty to possessing pornographic images featuring animals.

A MOTORCYCLE club has distanced itself from a pervert pensioner caught with a stash of animal porn.

Alister Mollison, of Elliott Terrace, in Washington, was found to own more than 600 videos containing sick footage of men and women performing sex acts with dogs, horses, eels and more.

The 67-year-old was pictured arriving at Sunderland Magistrates’ Court wearing a bomber jacket emblazoned with the logo of the Wyrm Ryders motorcycle club, based in Washington.

Troubled members were puzzled over how Molliston came to have the jacket and club president Dave Allen told the Echo Mollison had never been a member.

He said: “The club is very well known and well thought of and he has got nothing to do with it.

“That patch is no longer in use and he has never had a right to wear it.

“The club is 20 years old and that is one of the early ones. It could have been picked up from anywhere.

“We’ve got members as far away as Blyth who have been emailed about this already. That’s how fast word gets around.”

Prosecutor Rachael Dodsworth revealed the scale of Mollison’s depraved collection before magistrates last Wednesday.

It was discovered by police at his previous home in Collingwood Court, Sulgrave.

She said: “They found a huge quantity of DVDs, video cassettes and recording equipment.

“Among the items seized were 1,468 movies. Of those, 661 depicted extreme pornography.

“They were in the form of adult bestiality involving dogs, horses, ponies, cats, goats, eels, donkeys and fish.”

Mollison pleaded guilty to possession of extreme pornography at an earlier hearing.

He was given a 12-month community order imposed on him.

Chairman of the bench Mr Richardson said: “It is rather upsetting from various aspects,

“The bench feel that you need some help.

“You have a led a solitary, lonely life for the last 25 years.

“We hope that the Probation Service can help you.”

Twitter: @sunechomark

 

Comments

 
 

Back to the top of the page