Property developers have ordered naturists at a popular nudist beach to cover up – after complaints it has become a hot-spot for DOGGING.
Stunning Polgaver Beach in Carlyon Bay, Cornwall, has been a haven for nudists for decades.
But a developer building beach-front homes says the secluded retreat is also being used by randy couples looking for exhibitionist sex.
Bathers have been now been ordered to cover up with a sign which reads: “Beachwear to be worn at all times”.
Commercial Estates Group (CEG), which is building a multi-million pound apartment complex near the beach, has also fenced off much of the dunes and surrounding bushes.
A spokesman for CEG insisted it had to take action after finding two naked men hiding in bushes.
He said: “Our aim is to ensure the beach is properly managed with the safety and wellbeing of visitors at the forefront of our minds.
“This has been done following discussions with the local police to help us deal with this antisocial behaviour.”
Devon and Cornwall Police says it is “monitoring” the beach but said it had not received any specific allegations.
Sergeant Paul Jones said: “It’s difficult to catch anybody in the act, so to speak, because it is so out of the way but we will continue to monitor and assist and advice where we can.”