Police called to stop aggressive begging on Harlow Broad Walk
Politics / Wed 16th Jul 2014 am31 09:26am
POLICE in Harlow were called to Harlow Town Centre on Tuesday afternoon after a number of complaints about “aggressive begging”.
A number of female beggars were ‘trading” in several spots around the town including near to the library and the market square.
Essex Police attended and moved the “beggars” on.
One woman (who did not wish to be named) contacted YH to complain.
She said: “These woman were very aggressive. They would shove an empty coffee cup in your face and say ‘Please help me”.
“I was a little bit scared.”
Did you see the “beggars”?. If so, contact us on [email protected] or 07757167689