Best story ever involving yodelling. Today
I've never before googled "yodelling outfit." And I'm not entirely sure how what is described in this story could be illegal. Unless, of course, the man is dressed up and leashed against his will. Which I somehow doubt. Also, unless he was actually yodelling, I don't see how this behaviour could bother anyone.
"Plain clothes police officers will patrol a nature reserve after an increase in reports of sexual activity. Police will be conducting patrols at Weston Hills in Baldock, Hertfordshire, during spring and summer as a result of members of the public reporting suspicious behaviour in the woods. An anonymous letter was sent last month citing one incident of “a man dressed in a yodelling outfit being led around on a chain by another man.” Signs have also been put up by North Herts District Council at the car park in Hatch Lane forbidding anti-social behaviour. Safer Neighbourhoods Sergeant Jon Vine said: “This kind of behaviour is totally unacceptable in a public environment, not to mention illegal ... We will work alongside North Herts District Council to ensure that dog walkers, walkers and families are able to use the woods and conservation area without trepidation. Plain clothes officers will be conducting patrols in the area over the coming months and anyone caught acting in an inappropriate manner will run the risk of arrest for outraging public decency.”