SLOUGH beauty spots continue to be enjoyed by ‘doggers’ according to websites advertising meetups.
Some of the spots on the lists are being enjoyed by families for a trip out by day but at night, particularly at weekends, they are being used as a rendezvous spot for those who partake in ‘dogging’.
The activity is described as the practice of watching or engaging in exhibitionist sexual activity in a public place, and there are several adult websites where the exhibitionists rate and review the spots, and explain exactly where to rendezvous to avoid public detection.
Dogging, sexual activity in public or watching others engage in sexual activity in public, is not banned under a specific law in the UK, but people who get caught can be charged under the Sexual Offences Act 2003 with public lewdness and indecent exposure.
The website “Let’s Go Dogging” has shared that there are plans for a meet up in Colnbrook, Slough this weekend to its 26,000 followers on social media.
The site claims to organise “dogging” events – the act of watching sexual activity in a public place – in the UK, USA, Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand and South Africa.
It has not disclosed where the Colnbrook meet up would take place but attending gatherings in public spaces would be against Covid rules.