Sunday, 7 November 2010


Dog bites flasher in the Cotswolds

An alleged flasher in the northern Cotswolds was bitten by a dog belonging to the woman he had sought to terrorise on Thursday evening.

Police have confirmed that they are looking for a man who indecently exposed himself to a woman in her 60s near Dunstall Flats, Moreton-in-Marsh at around 7pm, This Is Gloucestershire reports.
Sergeant Ian Dowling of North Cotswolds police said: "This was clearly an upsetting incident for the woman and her dog.

"The animal seems to have acted instinctively and was not urged to attack the offender.
"We're looking for any information or description that might help us with the investigation.

"Naturally, because of the nature of the incident, we are keen to hear about anyone seen with a dog bite on his right arm in the last 24 hours."

The man has been described as 5ft 2ins tall, slim, with an English accent with blue-brown eyes. He was wearing a light blue top, black hat and navy blue tracksuit trousers.

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