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Dogging graffiti returns to Moor Park toilet block

Posted on - 12th May, 2016 - 1:25pm | Author - | Posted in - Crime, Moor Park, News, Parks

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The graffiti battle in Moor Park continues as a new breed of dog has been spray-painted on a toilet wall.

Preston City Council issued a warning poster when two dogs fornicating appeared on the side of a toilet block in the park.

Well known as a ‘dogging’ hotspot – where people meet for illicit sexual encounters – the park now sees two pugs engaged in mounting.

The city council continues to remove the graffiti – which 78% of Blog Preston readers feel is art – from the toilet blocks.

A poster campaign was then launched by those behind the graffiti to say their dogs had gone missing.

A city council spokesman said: “Our parks team is aware of this latest graffiti and is dealing with it accordingly.”

Have you seen the toilet block? What do you make of it? Let us know in the comments below

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