Driffield Mayor charged over kerb crawling in Hull

Mayor of Driffield Paul Rounding
Image caption Paul Rounding's charges relate to an incident in Hull last October

The Mayor of Driffield is due to stand trial over kerb crawling charges.

Paul Rounding, 55, has been charged with soliciting a prostitute in St Luke's Street, Hull, on 27 October.

Married Mr Rounding, a town councillor for 25 years, was released on bail by Hull Magistrates' Court pending a trial starting on 14 March.

Mr Rounding, of The Horseshoe, Driffield, East Yorkshire, said he would fight to clear his name and said his wife and family suported him.

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