R v Martens, 1986 (MBQB) 39 Man.R. (2d) 249

Two accused, who were very drunk at the time of the offense, went into a barn and began to spray paint the cows inside as well as dump disinfectant on them and violently penetrate the vagina of the cows with the handles of pitch forks. The court found that the defense of drunkeness did not apply as this the offense was determined to be a general intent offense. Section cited is from previous version of the Criminal Code.