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A motorist had quite a shock when she discovered her favourite leafy spot for a break was a dogging hotspot.
But her break soon took an unexpected turn when she was rudely interrupted by a ‘scruffy-looking’ man who was ‘at least 60’ who peered into her car window.
After lying down in the back seat of her car for 45 minutes, Sam sat up and noticed a man loitering around the back of his car, smoking and looking at her before wandering over.
A horrified Sam didn’t say anything to the man and claims that as she didn’t ‘give him the nod’ he wandered back to his car and drove off.
"I was sat in the back of my car because I injured my knee about a month ago,” she said.
"I was lying down propped up against the passenger door watching The Big Bang Theory and eating a Chinese.
"I didn't see him turn up, I sat up and he was already sat there."
She added: "I think he was expecting a bit of dogging - sex - but no [I'm] not into that sort of thing.
"He looked very untidy, very scruffy and dirty.
She shrugged the unusual incident as a one-off and returned to the same spot on the A15 between Morton and Haconby in Lincolnshire the following evening.
As Sam settled down to eat she noticed the same man pulling in.
Sam told her husband Dave Williams, 50, who was unhappy at what had happened.
Sam said: "I went home and told my husband about this, he was quite annoyed, and then I just forgot all about it.
"The next day I went back to the layby and got there at about 6pm.
"He pulled up and I just mouthed the words 'f*ck off' and then that was it. He looked resigned he wasn't going to get his end away.
Sam shared her experience on Facebook to warn other lone female drivers about him and hopefully shame him into stopping approaching cars.
The mum-of-two said she was more annoyed than scared by the incident, but wanted to share her experience to alert women travelling alone and to stop him approaching others.
"At the time I wasn't scared. I was just shocked that it was broad daylight, there were some other people in the layby, and he just came over hoping to get his end away.
"Further up [the road] there's a bigger layby apparently that's very well known for it, I definitely avoid that one.
"Luckily nothing was stuck through my window."
She added: "If I had a chance to confront him I'd say 'What are you playing at scaring women that are sitting in their cars by themselves? Not everyone is there to have sex in broad daylight in public'.
"'Get a grip of yourself', not literally.