Court appearance over objectionable material

BELINDA FEEK
Last updated 11:03 14/01/2014

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A Hamilton man is facing 16 charges of possessing extreme pornographic material including bestiality, incest, extreme torture, bondage, dominance and submission.

David Robert Miles, 67, was granted bail after a brief appearance before a registrar in the Hamilton District Court this morning.

Miles has been banned from going within 200 metres of primary schools and ordered not to associate with children under 16.

He was also ordered not to own or use any smartphone or electronic device capable of internet access, and to surrender his passport.

The alleged offences span between January 1, 2012 and April 19, 2013.

Miles was remanded without plea to reappear in February.

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