*Hat Tip: Phillip King
A registered child sex offender is back behind bars after being found with lewd texts and images of bestiality on a phone.
Michael John Kight, from Palmerston North, was only released from jail in February for arranging to meet a fictitious young person for a sexual purpose and distributing objectionable material.
But the 26-year-old, who is on the Child Protection Register, has been handed another 20-month stint after being sentenced in the Palmerston North District Court on Thursday.
For his most recent conviction, police found two cellphones, which he hadn't disclosed to police.
The devices were analyzed and found to contain 60 images of bestiality.
They ranged from men sexually abusing animals, including poultry, to animals performing sex acts on men.
The search history on the devices included phrases such as "teen plus boys plus bestiality" and "animalsexgay".
There were also six text messages sent by the homosexual, in which he detailed his sexual enjoyment of young boys and an interest in having sex with large dogs.
He told someone he wanted to walk in Wellington's Mt Victoria or Central Park to find a young boy.
He stated: "I don't care how young he is" and "he can cry and scream all he wants".
It is not the first time he has made similar comments.
He was found with two undisclosed email addresses and two social media accounts, which are prohibited under the register.
He has a history of breaching his obligations under the register, having done so as recently as April, when his GPS tracker alerted officials he was at Paneiri Park, Palmerston North.
Under the register he cannot contact a person under 16 years old or enter a school or recreational space where there may be children.
Judge Lance Rowe urged the diabolical pedophile to be honest with himself and seek help.
"You know you have a problem. You just need to deal with it. You need to engage with a treatment facility that allows you to confront whatever is going on with you.
"Perhaps what makes matters worse is, almost as soon as you were released from prison, you immediately breached your conditions under the register.
"I have a responsibility to keep the public safe. That is my primary concern."
In December 2016, a Grindr gay dating app user reported the dog loving homo to police after he used the app to graphically describe abusing boys.
He suggested the user join in and that they drive around to find a boy to abduct.