Plain-clothed police officers are patrolling a nature reserve after complaints of illicit sexual encounters - including one which involved a man dressed in a yodelling outfit being led around on a chain.Whatever floats your boat, I guess…
In a bid to stop people carrying out such antics, signs have also been put up by North Herts District Council at the car park forbidding anti-social behaviour.I’d love to see the wording of that! Sadly, the ‘Mail’ doesn’t provide a picture.
Safer Neighbourhoods Sergeant Jon Vine said: 'This kind of behaviour is totally unacceptable in a public environment, not to mention illegal.'What is? Dressing in a yodelling outfit? Being led on a chain?
I guess Brighton’s next ‘Pride’ event is going to have to be a rather sombre affair, then?
'We will work alongside North Herts District Council to ensure that dog walkers, walkers and families are able to use the woods and conservation area without trepidation.
'Plain clothes officers will be conducting patrols in the area over the coming months and anyone caught acting in an inappropriate manner will run the risk of arrest for outraging public decency.'Just for dressing up like William Tell? Or indulging in a bit of master/slave roleplay?
Are we going down the route of the continental attitude that if something isn’t expressly permitted, it is forbidden?