The Times of India
March 23, 2010
- A d v e r t i s e m e n t
As many as 6,000 trees have been felled in a forest near a British town to prevent couples from having sex there, a media report said.
The trees were hacked at the 12-hectare site on the outskirts of Darwen, Lancashire, after a “health and safety survey”, Daily Express reported Tuesday.
Officials say the forest that runs for kilometers along the busy A666 was cleared as some of the trees, planted after the Second World War, were in danger of falling.
Police and councillors have, however, confirmed another reason was to discourage strangers from the known “dogging” area.
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