Five men were reportedly given warnings for kerb-crawling by police on Friday night. 

High Wycombe police ran an operation on Desborough Road on October 25 - and five people suspected of kerb-crawling were spoken to. 

Kerb-crawling refers to driving slowly along the edge of the road in search of a prostitute. 

The Desborough Road area is notorious for prostitution - and Wycombe District Council and Thames Valley Police have been working together to help tackle the issue. 

In September, the Bucks Free Press reported that a new scheme had been put in place to offer sex workers support and advice to help get them off the streets. 

Friday's operation - called Operation Gust - was run by the Wycombe problem solving team and all the warnings were made on body-worn video.