ONE dogging website claims to have hundreds of members signed up from Cornwall and more than 1.5 million from around the country.
Doggers either arrange to meet online, or simply turn up at specific sites and look to meet people.
On the site a member described as a 50-year-old man from Newquay, wrote: "Just looking to meet up for some no-strings-attached fun, and willing to meet any time – indoors or out, or even in a public place." Another said: "We are a professional couple and secure in our relationship. Looking for like-minded people to come and play."
The Cornish Guardian created a fake profile on the site, which immediately attracted interest despite containing only the most basic information, and no photographs.
Several men contacted us within 24 hours. One message read: "Would be happy to take you out dogging if you fancy that?"
The site appears to have more men signed up than women, with many in Newquay and the surrounding area over 50, and married or in a relationship.
A quick search for doggers in the Newquay area alone shows there are six women, and 43 couples signed up – while there are 134 men.