Punter of the Week: Caught with his trousers down! YC60 CTK

My goodness, what an exciting evening this young man has had in his black BMW YC60 CTK!  He picked up a prostitute in Holbeck and took her into a residential area to receive sexual services.

As you’d expect, he was caught in the act by a local resident! Our resident says “She had his tool out, his pants was down his ankles… and she was warming him up, shall we say, with her hand.  There was a jonny on his lap ready to go on.”

Ladies and gentlemen, we are sure you’ll agree this chap is a worthy recipient of our Punter of the Week award!

Punter of the Week: Silver VW FG54 YAF: Sex outside the primary school

Punter of the Week: Silver VW FG54 YAF: Sex outside the primary school

Another “punter of the week” showing no respect for local residents.

A mother arriving to collect her children from a Holbeck primary school was shocked to find this man having sex in his car with a prostitute just metres from the school gate.  This was at 3.10pm as the children were due to finish school.

She says “I’ve lived in Holbeck 12 years and the problems with prostitution have never been as bad as they are now.  It’s getting worse.  I was so shocked to see this outside the school.”

Punters, please take prostituted women to your own homes.  Do not have sex in public, especially when children are due to walk past your car!

Your punter of the week prize can be collected from the customer services desk at Elland Road Police Station.

In this screen shot from the video the woman can be seen in a stripy top.  She’s on top of a man who is reclined in the drivers seat.

Our Mission:

Save Our Eyes campaigns for the rights of all Leeds residents whose lives are blighted by the “managed approach to prostitution” which is currently located in the Holbeck area and spreading to other parts of the city.

We aim to become a community where residents are not subjected to daily harassment from kerb crawlers, prostituted women, danger from discarded condoms, needles and sex industry litter.

We aim to see prostituted women freed from the grips of a drug addiction that was created to enslave them. We recognise that the women who are prostituted would rather lead different lives and we support their wishes to exit the sex industry.

Both sides in this dispute want the same outcome: a peaceful life free from prostitution and abuse.

Punter of the week: Public sex on private property

Punter of the week: Public sex on private property

Another punter of the week!

Shocked staff at a Leeds office photographed this man leaving their premises after having sex outside with a prostituted woman on 17th Dec 2018.  If he works for you it might be worth keeping him in at lunchtime!

Private property in or near the managed approach should never be used for sex acts.  The MA operates only between 8pm and 6am.  For obvious reasons it does not operate during office hours! Please take prostituted women to your own home. 

Your punter of the week prize can be collected from the customer services desk at Elland Road Police Station.  

Our “Desperate Dan” goes forward as a candidate for the “Punter of the Year” competition.  Who will win?  The people will vote and the winner will be announced at a star studded ceremony in Leeds Town Hall next January!

Punter of the week – FT11 SWO – silver VW Golf

What kind of man pays for sex acts outside a child’s bedroom window at 9.15pm?  This one!

This week’s lucky, lucky winner of “Punter of the Week” is silver VW driver FT11 SWO.  He was caught by a local resident having a blow job in his car with a prostituted woman.

Our resident says “They were very relaxed as saw me walk past and didn’t stop. He had seat back so was in shadow but she had a pale fleece hood on her jacket.”

This was in a residential street where families live, opposite a child’s bedroom window.  Not any kind of discreet location or in the managed zone.  Please share to raise awareness that public acts of indecency are not permitted at any time.  Take women to your own homes, don’t park outside ours! 

Your punter of the week prize can be collected from the customer services desk at Elland Road Police Station.  

Our blow-job-eee goes forward as a candidate for the “Punter of the Year” competition.  Who will win?  The people will vote and the winner will be announced at a star studded ceremony in Leeds Town Hall next January!

Punter of the week – MF08 ZVN – Silver Audi

Well, well, well… what have we here?  This week’s happy punter is Mr Silver Audi driver, registration number MF08 ZVN.  He brought a whole new meaning to “paradise by the dashboard light” when he had sex on the back seat of his car with a local prostituted woman.  Sir, your prize can be collected from the customer services desk at Elland Road Police Station.

Our resident tells her story….

“This morning my husband was getting his van ready for work and saw the Audi pull up and park. He checked again after a couple of minutes and realised it was still there and very steamy.  He walked out and checked the car and saw them having sex in the back. He shouted at them to get off a residential street!  The girl got out of the back and walked away and the guy got out and got back in the front.”

He goes forward as a candidate for our “Punter of the Year” competition.  Who will win?  The people will vote and the winner will be announced at a star studded ceremony in Leeds Town Hall next January.

Punter of the week MX53 FJJ

This week’s punter is a genuine “white van man.”  Driving an Iveco van registration number MX53 FJJ

Over to one of our long suffering Beeston residents who says

“11 o clock on a Sunday morning and we are subjected to these people rocking and moaning on the dirt track at Beggars hill by the childrens play area.  I object to spending my day banging on car/ van doors to move them on to be told by her “me again!”

I’ve reported to the police and emailed them the photos.”

He goes forward as a candidate for our “Punter of the Year” competition.  Who will win?  The people will vote and the winner will be announced at a star studded ceremony in Leeds Town Hall next January.

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