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Author Topic: Whats the feeling on street girls?  (Read 6879 times)

Offline Phannitikkla

I was down in Cardiff earlier on. I have no idea were the red light area is there but I obviously found myself in it because I found myself passing an enormous pair of tits in a black top and red jacket and she was waving at me lol. I thought at first it was my mother. I confess I pulled up clicking on the internal locks as she approached the car. I let the nearside window down halfway and spoke to her enough to find out she was EE and a BJ was £20.00, £40.00 for sex and a BJ.
It felt wrong. Didn't trust it at all and drove on.
I wasn't looking for that. I was down there on an errand but they were cracking tits and I was tempted enough to stop.
What's your feelings on street girls fellers?

Offline Corus Boy

I have no feelings either way, but not for me but temptation is always there. I'm sure you realise that you committed an offence by stopping to talk to her?

I was waiting at a set of traffic lights, yes they were red lights  :rolleyes: and looked over to see this beautiful looking Asian girl standing at the Pelican Crossing, she smiled, I smiled and she just walked over and climbed in the car!!!!!!!!!! Before I could speak she rolled off a menu, I asked her to get out of the car explaining that I wasn't interested in her services.

Most revealing was that her prices for a quicky in the car was more than 30 minutes at both Pomeroy Street and Newport Road shops.

I have thought about it, but thought better of it and driven away.

To risky for me, and cant tell how clean either

Offline Festisio

I found myself passing an enormous pair of tits in a black top and red jacket and she was waving at me lol. I thought at first it was my mother.

Wouldn't your mother be 80+ years old?  I know street walkers tend to be rough but seriously...

Offline Jimmyredcab

The internet killed the street scene (plus CCTV), I loved it in the eighties but it is no longer worth the risk ----------- only desperate lowlife girls will work the streets.  :thumbsdown:

Offline Daffodil

Street scene is way too high risk. I enjoy 'window shopping' in it, but most look rough as fuck anyway.

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Kerb Crawling
Section 19 of the Policing and Crime Act 2009 introduces section 51A into the Sexual Offences Act 2003 and creates a new offence for a person in a street or public place to solicit another for the purpose of obtaining a sexual service as a prostitute. The reference to a person in a street or public place includes a person in a motor vehicle in a street or public place.

This replaces the offences of kerb crawling and persistent soliciting under sections 1 and 2 of the Sexual Offences Act 1985 with effect from 1 April 2010.

A person guilty of an offence under this section is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale.

Charging Practice

The effect of this amendment is to remove the requirement to prove persistence. This will enable the charge and prosecution of an offender on the first occasion they are found to be soliciting without the need to prove persistent behaviour, or that the behaviour is likely to cause annoyance or nuisance to others.

Although a matter for individual CPS Areas, sometimes an approach may be adopted with the police designed to respond to local circumstances and the local prevalence of kerb crawling. For example, high visibility policing in red light areas, with posters advertising that kerb crawlers will be prosecuted and disqualified and with signs in these areas detailing how many kerb crawlers had been arrested and prosecuted. Some police forces carry out regular surveillance operations in known red light areas, with a zero tolerance strategy adopted. All those arrested are bailed to the same court date, dealt with by the same bench and the local press are encouraged to report it.

On conviction in appropriate cases, the prosecutor should consider drawing the court's attention to any relevant statutory provisions relating to ancillary orders for kerb crawling such as their powers to disqualify from driving under section 146 of the Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act 2000 or to deprive an offender of property, used to commit or facilitate the offence under section 143 Powers of Criminal Courts (Sentencing) Act 2000. See Ancillary Orders Toolkit elsewhere in the Legal Guidance.

Offline wristjob

Surely talking to a woman who approaches your car doesn't mean you are soliciting. She could be asking for directions,. you might have thought you knew them etc., or you could have thought that before you started talking to her. It would seem extremely discourteous to sit ignoring somebody

A year ago I was dropping my kid off and pulled into a layby to turn round. Some old codger was waiting there - he approached my car and opened the door before getting a truckload of abuse. I guess he was waiting for a taxi or something and I would have been less jumpy if I didn't have my kid.

Offline CoolTiger

Or you could be asking her about  the price for Tomatoes??

See recent thread about someone in West Midlands who was prosecuted for Kerb Crawling. His excuse was he was asking her for the price of tomatoes!!

Offline Corus Boy


Surely talking to a woman who approaches your car doesn't mean you are soliciting. She could be asking for directions,. you might have thought you knew them etc., or you could have thought that before you started talking to her. It would seem extremely discourteous to sit ignoring somebody


If you are in a known red light area, the odds are stacked against you.

I used to have to drive through the area on my way to and from work and on at least two occasions the police were running checks on cars and if you were a male, alone in the car, you would be pulled over and asked what you were doing there.

Offline Jimmyredcab

Surely talking to a woman who approaches your car doesn't mean you are soliciting. She could be asking for directions,. you might have thought you knew them etc., or you could have thought that before you started talking to her. It would seem extremely discourteous to sit ignoring somebody


It is a bit of a grey area but I would assume the police would have seen you talk to more than one known pro$$ie before they decide to take action, your number could already be on their watch list from CCTV records.   

Offline Toshiba

Never ever for me, just not worth the risk

Offline CBPaul

I haven't punted on the streets for years now and have no intention of any more. I used to enjoy visiting a number of RLDs but the combination of CCTV and ANPR cameras mean it is way too risky.

You can think of all the excuses under the sun for just passing through, got lost etc etc etc and sure the police will probably only prosecute if they have a record of multiple visits by a given punter but it doesn't stop them giving you a very hard time. The zero tolerance approach from time to time in RLD's local to me mean letters home. Mrs CBP  wouldn't be amused  :scare:

I spotted an article in a local Peterborough rag a couple of years back about blokes getting done for punting on foot.

Way too risky.

Offline enigma247

I used to live in Bradford & after losing nearly all my cash apart from £10 which i was saving for some marlboro's i chose to walk home via Thornton Rd instead of getting a taxi. On the way i was accosted by some crack addicted scary looking women, all of who'm i knocked back, however i ended up being persuaded to go behind a billboard where i got a top quality bj of a better than average looking mixed race lass for my paltry £10, there was no cim she just withdrew her head back & i made a mess of her barnet.
have to say i was blasted after a long  night out & regretted the risk i took, she did give me 2 free smokes for the walk home tho' :thumbsup:


I should have highlighted this bit in my quote: The effect of this amendment is to remove the requirement to prove persistence. This will enable the charge and prosecution of an offender on the first occasion they are found to be soliciting without the need to prove persistent behaviour, or that the behaviour is likely to cause annoyance or nuisance to others.

Offline broksonic

Banning reason: White-knight leaver

Offline Reiver

Used to enjoy it in Edinburgh but stopped about 1999 it was getting far too risky as they started doing up the area . Often wonder what they are doing now always used about a group of 10 the younger ones tended to be junkies and the older ones not .

Offline RandyF

Used to enjoy it in Edinburgh but stopped about 1999 it was getting far too risky as they started doing up the area . Often wonder what they are doing now always used about a group of 10 the younger ones tended to be junkies and the older ones not .

Some of them got an internet connection & became "escorts" overnight!   :thumbsup:
Banning reason: Troll

Offline Jimmyredcab



I spotted an article in a local Peterborough rag a couple of years back about blokes getting done for punting on foot.

Way too risky.

Yes, that is correct, you don't have to be in a vehicle to get arrested.    :scare:

There's a well known pick up spot about 2 minutes walk from my house. It's so close I can see the girls from my upstairs back window if I tip-toe. Typically it was the roughest looking girls this side of London, usually a can of Special Brew or White Lightning clutched in their grubby mitts. I haven't seen anyone there for a few years up until Sunday night just gone. As I drove past on my way home there were two well dressed good looking girls there, long fur coats, shiny high heels, full make-up, quick flash of stocking tops & suspenders expertly exposed as I passed.
I was gob-smacked. Since when did street girls up their game to this level? Needless to say I've spent the last few nights on tip-toes at my upstairs back window..

Offline Reiver

Some of them got an internet connection & became "escorts" overnight!   :thumbsup:

Only ever seen one on the net

Offline CatBBW

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Some of them got an internet connection & became "escorts" overnight!   :thumbsup:

As escorting and prostitution is the same thing, not sure what your point is...

Offline James999

A streetgirl is a prostitute the same as a parlour girl an "independent" or a courtesan, the only difference is where they work  :hi:

Offline CatBBW

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A streetgirl is a prostitute the same as a parlour girl an "independent" or a courtesan, the only difference is where they work  :hi:

Exactly. So I don't know what point RandyF was trying to make, by saying they became escorts when they got an internet connection. It's all the same thing, we all suck cock for cash, we're all prostitutes :unknown:


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