IT worker in court accused of sex acts with a sheep and cow near Tottenham Hotspur training ground
An IT worker accused of trying to have sex with a sheep next to Tottenham Hotspur's new training ground in north London will also face a charge of allegedly interfering with a cow when he goes on trial today.
61-year-old Paul Lovell was allegedly caught trying to get intimate with the sheep in Enfield in September last year.
Spurs players were training at the centre on the day of the alleged animal sex attacks.
Prosecutor Robert Hutchinson applied to amend the charge Lovell faces to include a second creature - a cow.
It means he is now charged with 'committing sexual acts or acts with animals'.
Lovell, who lives in Enfield, was released on bail on condition he does not return to Whitewebbs Lane or Archers Wood in Enfield.
His trail gets underway today.
He denies the charges.