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Wednesday, 7 May 2008

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'Dogging' is losing its popularity, and is not as practised as it was only a year ago, says an expert who regularly attends dogging events.

Dogging, the act of performing sex whilst being watched by strangers, achieved notoriety in the 1990s after it was revealed that many celebrities such as ex-Liverpool striker Stan Collymore were avid participants.

Millions flocked to out-of-town car parks and local beauty spots to sample the delights of seeing potential Hollywood film stars cheerfully banging your next-door-neighbour, up the arse and round-the-corner, and all before the ten o'clock news and a cup of cocoa.

Now though, Bradford dogging expert and voyeur Ted 'Snoop' Doggg, has claimed that dogging figures are down on last year, and that the scene may have already peaked. Said Doggg:

"I've been to many sites this year that are virtually 'dogged-out'. It seems that many people just can't be bothered. Those lap-dancing clubs have got a lot to answer for."

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