‘Suffolk Gimp’ on the prowl as ladies say they have been adopted in market city

Women and ladies in Suffolk say a creepy ‘gimp’ has been following them round a market city, leaving them terrified.

People have reported seeing a person wearing the identical outfit – with a darkish prime, fight trousers, inexperienced boots, and his face hidden by a hood and masks.

He’s been noticed strolling too shut for consolation to a number of women in Bungay, Suffolk, making them fear he would possibly assault. One younger girl stated she was adopted by this man on March 26.

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One woman, who did not wish to be named, informed MailOnline about her ordeal. She stated: “It was really weird. I felt really scared and was just about to call my dad when a friend happened to drive past and saw me. He pulled over and I got in his car, much to my relief.”

The latest gimp was spotted in Bungay, Suffolk (Essex Gimp pictured)
The newest gimp was noticed in Bungay, Suffolk (Essex Gimp pictured)

She’s not alone. Another lady, nonetheless at college, was adopted by him not as soon as, however twice, stories the Mirror. Her mum went straight to the police.

A police spokesperson stated: “I can confirm that police did receive a report [about the girl]. Although it cannot be proven whether or not this individual was deliberately following the girl concerned, she has been spoken to by officers and has been given appropriate safety advice and told to call 999 if ever she felt threatened.”

Bungay authorities assume the masked particular person is likely to be a homeless man who did not need a spot to remain.

There have been further reports and sightings of the Gloucester Gimp too
There have been additional stories and sightings of the Gloucester Gimp too

Rosalind Barnett from the council informed MailOnline: “This is a young man in the town who’s been homeless for about two to three years.

“He was sleeping within the bogs however is not anymore. He was getting in earlier than they routinely locked however we have modified the system so they’re manually locked each night time now. Everyone has been conscious of him for fairly a very long time.

“We contacted the homeless people at East Suffolk Council about 18 months ago. They are really good at housing people but they have to want to be housed. That’s the problem.”

This follows related incidents lately in Gloucestershire, Somerset, Suffolk, Sussex, London and Essex.

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