An Egyptian man has recently been found not guilty of having sex with a she camel. The Egyptian Sharia Court said that because the she camel had consented to the sex the man had broken no Islamic law. However, a spokesman for the village caravansarai said that the court’s decision had caused dissension amongst the local cameleers who wanted the matter reviewed by the Grand Mufti of Cairo. To that end, the Grand Mufti had convened a full bench of the Al Azhar Sharia Court to decide which of the two parties, the man or the she camel, should be required to leave the village in order to restore harmony between and the cameleers and the male camels. The Grand Mufti had invited a well known Muslim man from Melbourne to sit as a member of the Appeal Court.