HE told police he thought he was in the drive-through, but the reality was far less appealing.
THE court heard the Bangalow man, also guilty of break-ins and stealing underwear, had an "array” of unusual sexual preferences.
THE men had "ongoing issues" aside from the assault, the court heard.
"ALL OF us shudder to think about what might happen when a person engages in that sort of conduct on the road."
THE defence has asked for more time to consider the case against the man, who allegedly stole and violently harmed calves owned by his neighbour.
THE 45-year-old is accused of failing to adequately protect children at the centre from harm.
HE was seen by security staff leaving the home with a CCTV hard drive which he'd stolen from the property after breaking in.
ONE councillor is asking the RMS to consult with residents before implementing the costly change.