Annita Baid, chairwoman of the Slough North Action Project (SNAP), said she had seen large groups of men patrolling Stoke Poges Lane.
She added the group, which has worked to combat prostitution in the area for a number of years, is not part of the patrol group.
She said: "The police are keeping things very close to their chests about this. It's all been very secretive. Normal people down the shops don't seem to know who they [the vigilantes] are."Don’t they, Annita? Don’t they really? I bet they do…
No formal complaints have yet been made to the police, however they have vowed to 'investigate thoroughly' should one be made.That’ll be a sight to see, eh? But wait! They didn't say who they’d investigate, did they?
Councillor Fiza Matloob, for Baylis and Stoke, said: "If you live there, it's something you don't want to see.
"Patrolling is absolutely fine, but no-one wants anyone to overstep the mark."Hmm…
An announcement was made earlier this month at the Jamia Masjid and Islamic Centre in Stoke Poges Lane to make worshippers aware of the vigilante group. Mosque trustee Mohammed Ayub said no one from the mosque was involved.In which case, why make an announcement? Did the local church or gurdwara feel a need to make an announcement? Is there even a local church or gurdwara?
H/T: MisanthropeGirl via Twitter