A man, who was accused of sexually violating a cow, has been banned from interfering with four-legged animals as one of the conditions of his bail.

The man, who appeared before Justice Birnie Stephenson-Brooks at the High Court of Justice this morning, pleaded not guilty to bestiality.

The accused allegedly had sex with the animal on October 27, 2008 in Cochrane.

Among conditions of his bail, the defendant is not to interfere with any cow, donkey, goat or four-legged beasts of the same kind as ordered by the judge.

He was also ordered to inform the police of any change of his address along with reporting to a police station within his district every Thursday.

He will reappear in court on October 11, 2010 for a trial on the matter.  He was represented by lawyer Darius Jones.