The most idyllic places are actually havens for people who like to do the dirty in public.
Rural country ro, woodlands, parks and picturesque grounds are looking even more breathtaking as blossom from the trees gives us that reminder spring is on its way. But some people in the county have other ideas for a of the picturesque locations in Kent.
The popular public sex areas have been revealed on a of online forums for those so inclined to late night antics. And they have revealed there are nearly 50 sleepy village back ro and woodlands around the county utilised for dogging, which is slang for 'engaging in sex acts in public'.
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Participants list the seedy locations in online forums, tip each off about the best places and suggest times to meet up. According to Swinging Heaven, dogging is a predominantly British activity that involves outdoor exhibitionism in car-parks, wooded areas and the like.
But is it illegal? Short answer - no. Contrary to popular belief, there's not one explicit law against dogging.
However there are a multitude of offences anyone caught doing the dirty in public could be charged with and the police will take swift action if people start getting offended by late night antics. You could be charged under the Sexual Offences Act with indecent exposure, public lewdness and gross indecency - to name a few.
By Joe Middleton. Vicky Castle.
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