A MAN has been formally charged with bestiality after a Tuggerah Lakes police investigation.
Officers from the command began inquiries in ealy June after they were alerted to a video "that depicted sexual acts between a woman and a dog".
On Wednesday June 24 their investigation led them to search a property on Dyers Road at Argents Hill, west of Nambucca Heads, about 7.50am.
Upon searching the premises police seized cannabis, a mobile phone, a laptop and a number of USB devices and SD cards.
On the same day police arrested a 41-year-old man at the same address.
He was taken to Macksville police station and charged with possess prohibited drug, bestiality and intentionally distribute intimate image without consent.
The 41-year-old received conditional bail to face court on Thursday.
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