A 'DOGGING' meet-up has been planned for Sunninghill near Ascot next weekend.

Organisers "Lets Go Dogging" have planned the event in the area near Bracknell Forest, following similar events which took place in recent months.

The exact location of the Sunninghill 'dogging' event hasn't been specified.

A post from the organisers reads: "Harding wants people to attend his dogging meet-up in Sunninghill.

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"Interested guys and girls contact via the newly updated members area." 

Other areas across the UK have had planned dogging meetups take place through the website.

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.

In 2019, Thames Valley Police said they deal ‘robustly’ with reports of dogging and treat them as ‘a serious matter’.

However, this time round the police declined to comment on the matter.

Earlier this year a dogging event on Canvey was postponed.

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In response to the planned meet-up in Canvey, Essex Police urged people not to attend.

The force launched extra patrols of the area at the time.

At the time organisers said it had been cancelled due to "unforeseen circumstances". 

It even prompted Katie Hopkins to share a tongue-in-cheek response to the coverage.

Ms Hopkins, who has generated widespread controversy for her outspoken views on various issues, took to her social media feeds to have her say on the issue.

She said: "A police force has been forced to clarify and insists that travelling to a so-called 'dogging' event will not be classed as essential travel.

"So be aware everybody who is terrified of everything at the moment that 'dogging' is not essential travelling in case you were confused.

"And if you needed a reference point for this there's a website called 'Let's Go Dogging' in a sort of animated and jubilant manner."

Anonymous writer and barrister, The Secret Barrister, has also weighed in on the issue with their own tongue-in-cheek response.

Writing on Twitter, they said: "Truly all our great national traditions are under threat. I don’t even recognise our country any more.

"If an Englishman cannot, in the sanctity of his own motor vehicle, travel to watch other citizens going bananas in the sanctity of theirs, then what are we as a country?"