kerb crawling


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kerb crawling

n
the act of driving slowly along the edge of the pavement seeking to entice someone into the car for sexual purposes
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One more suspect is set to stand trial for kerb crawling offences.
end of the road Kerb crawling will be a new offence if Bill is passed into law
I'VE said it before and I'll say it again, we'll get nowhere with kerb crawling until we get a whole lot tougher on the men who think they're entitled to trawl the streets looking for sex.
seanjohnstone: "He also claims little is done about the street workers and kerb crawling which goes on '24-7'.
But the low level of arrests has prompted fears the police are being soft on kerb crawling men.
Malcolm Darley, 44, was given the six month punishment after a General Medical Council (GMC) hearing was told he had been prosecuted for kerb crawling.
Malcolm Darley, 44, was given the six-month punishment after a General Medical Council (GMC) hearing was told he was prosecuted for kerb crawling.
The law on kerb crawling, which is already illegal, is also to be tightened up, with police encouraged to prosecute kerb-crawlers for a first offence rather than giving a warning as now.
In a separate case heard by the court, a County Durham pensioner was fined for kerb crawling on Teesside.
If people can get on-the-spot fines for dropping litter, they can be given them for kerb crawling too.
THE spokesman for a crime prevention team that helps fight problems like kerb crawling has been caught...KERB CRAWLING.
"We are looking at deterring people from kerb crawling. We can warn them.