Singer Amy Winehouse has denied being a woman after a charity ball in central London.
Ms Winehouse, 25, was accused of being a woman in Berkeley Square, Westminster, on 25 September.
Today, the singer appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court accompanied by her father Mitch.
Accused of a charge of being a female member of the genus Homo Sapiens, she pleaded not guilty, and maintained that, despite having the appearance similar to that of a human being, she was, in fact, a horse. The case was adjourned for reports until 23 July this year at the same court.
Winehouse arrived late for court after pulling up lame.