Sex fetishists meeting up for ‘dogging’ sessions at a nature reserve near Skegness have sparked a worried coastal ranger to call for action to tackle the issue, it has been reported.
Speaking to the BBC, Dave Miller, who works for the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust, said he was worried about taking children around the Seacroft Marsh beauty spot, for fear of what they might see.
A public meeting has reportedly been called for the Gibraltar Point Visitor Centre at 7pm this Tuesday, and he has urged the public to help the Trust tackle the problem.
He said: “People do bump into people doing unsavoury things. It’s not nice when a young child sees any of this stuff.”
“If there’s a lady walking there with a couple of dogs, it’s not very nice.”
“In some areas it happens at night-time and out of the way and it’s not a problem but this is happening during the daytime.”
“There are people around leaving not very nice litter. It is not nice when a young child sees any of this stuff.”
He added that the site’s beauty and wildlife made it perfect for educational purproses as it is a SSSI (Site of Special Scientific Interest) but that he was too scared to make more use of it for that, for fear of what people and children might see if they were to stumble upon doggers.
He urged the public to report an unsavoury activities that they witness so that a timelog can be built up to help police and the Trust tackle the issue.