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Dogging in Warsaw

http://wiadomosci.onet.pl/1620190,11,item.html

City police have intervened 6 times recently in cases of sex in public places in Warsaw. An ideal story for the newspapers.

The strange habits people have ...

Anyway, the cold weather isn't far off and that will stop 'em!

Re: Dogging in Warsaw

probably young unmarried couples who are living with parents and have nowhere to go for nookie. Polish parents aren't as liberally minded as British ones.

Re: Dogging in Warsaw

Probably yes. Or sophisticated young urbanites wanting something new.

Of course there's been stuff going on in Saxon Gardens, Park Skaryszewski and most obviously in Park Ksiezeca for years, though mostly all male. I used to walk my doggie (doggie not dogging!) through Park Ksiazeca sometimes and was always a bit surprised to see how many shadows were in the bushes, some of them moving shadows. The police visit nightly but apparently you can see them a mile off. I found another place to walk him because I got a bit sick of being followed by seedy people.

Re: Dogging in Warsaw

A Polish historian told me (we were discussing the dogging article that was in the newspaper) the the Pleasure Gardens at the end of Foksal Street in the late 18th & early 19th centuries (and named after Vauxhall in London) were indeed Pleasure Gardens in every sense of the phrase. So nothing new really.

Re: Dogging in Warsaw

Sophisicated!