Poppy Smart from Worcester has accused builders of sexual harassment for wolf-whistling and sexist comments, then reported them to police.
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This is a video filmed by a woman from Worcester who claims she was sexually harassed by builders who would wolf-whistle at her and make sexist comments, every day.
Poppy Smart says she recorded the "constant whistling" using the video on her smartphone for a month and also contacted one of the construction companies working at the site to complain of sexual harassment.
West Mercia police confirmed they had followed up Miss Smart's complaint as a possible incident of anti-social behaviour but had not taken further action.
The building firm claims CCTV footage proves it was not one of their workers.
Poppy Smart accused builders of sexual harassment for wolf-whistling and reported them to police.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of anti-badger cull campaigners are expected to take to the streets in Worcester later.
Organisers say around 500 people are due to stage a friendly protest against the unpopular measure aimed at reducing the risk of TB in cattle.
The pilot badger culls have been taking place in Somerset and Gloucestershire.
Campaigners claim since culling began in 2013 2476 badgers have been killed, costing the tax payer of 15 million pounds.
The government say culling is needed and is working, with leading vets say it needs to be part of the strategy to tackle the disease in England.
Police are appealing for help in finding a 54-year-old man who has been missing since Friday morning.
Christopher Parry was last seen leaving a flat on Stratford Road in Shirley.
He was reported missing yesterday morning when he failed to return home from a job interview in Worcester.
To disappear like this is out of character for Christopher and we, like his family and friends, are concerned for his welfare.
From our initial inquiries it appears that on the day he went missing Christopher had a job interview at 9am in Worcester. It is thought that he travelled by train from Shirley railway station for the meeting.
There is also a suggestion that he may be staying at a hotel in the city. We're working hard to substantiate that information and would urge Worcester hoteliers to contact us immediately if Christopher Parry or anyone matching his description has checked in with them.
Christopher Parry is described as white, 6'2 tall and broad. He has brown eyes and short grey-white hair. He has contacts in Colchester, Essex.
At the time of his disappearance it is believed that he was wearing a dark suit.
Police are hunting a man from Worcester who is wanted for recall to prison.
Lewis Watts - who is also known as Lewis Hamilton - has been recalled to prison by the probation service for breaking the terms of his licence after he was released on December 22.
Watts, 20, has served time in prison for a robbery he committed in Worcester in 2012.
"Lewis Watts has a tattoo on the right side of his neck. We are keen to trace him as soon as possible and would ask the public not to approach him if they see him, but to call police.
"Mr Watts has a number of connections to Worcester, Droitwich and Kidderminster.
"If you have any information regarding his whereabouts, we would urge you to contact us."
A little boy orphaned by a plane crash that killed his parents smiled as 'get well' messages from classmates were played at his bedside.Read the full story ›
Worcester's local organisations will come together next month to try to put together a bid to be named City of Culture 2021.Read the full story ›
Scunthorpe win on penalties. 4000-3999 Congratulations to them as the progress to the 3rd Round.
Worcester City's FA Cup dreams are over after losing to Scunthorpe in a thrilling penalty shoot out in tonight's second round replay.
A total of 37 penalties were taken, finishing 14-13 to Scunthorpe, and it's being credited as the longest penalty shoot-out in FA Cup history.