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The offence by a man of soliciting a woman for prostitution in a street or public place either from a motor vehicle or having just alighted from one, when the soliciting is persistent or likely to cause annoyance to the woman or nuisance to other people in the vicinity. Case: DPP v Bull [1995] QB 88.

Subjects: Law.


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