A MUM is disgusted after she saw a “vile” man masturbating in a Worcester park while out with her three-year-old.

The woman, who doesn’t want to be named, said she was shocked to see a man “playing with himself” before wiping his hands on the grass in Gheluvelt Park.

The Worcester mum had just walked into the park and was horrified to spot the “homeless looking man” stood by the memorial statue with his trousers down while children were in the play area.

The upset mum said thankfully her young daughter did not see the public indecency as there was a bush blocking her view.

She added: “She’s only three so that would have broken my heart.

"I wish I’d taken a photo of him, but I was just in shock and didn’t want my daughter to see.

“Everyone was walking past him like it was normal. It was very strange.

“We need to keep our kids safe. There truly are some disgusting humans in this world.”

She said the man walked out of the park shortly after she saw him.

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West Mercia Police is appealing for witnesses or information following a report of exposure in Gheluvelt Park on Thursday, July 23 at around 11am.

The man is described as a slim build around 5ft 10in with brown hair.

He was possibly wearing jeans and the back of his t-shirt was navy blue. (He had his back to the area in which the person who reported it was located).

PC Mandie Gregg said: “A number of enquiries are currently ongoing including looking at the CCTV of local business premises.

"We are keen to speak to anyone who may have seen the incident or who may have witnessed anyone acting suspiciously in the area at the time.”

To provide information visit www.westmercia.police.uk and click on the report section of the website using reference 22/61613/20. Alternatively, information can be given to the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or via their website.

A Worcester City Council spokesman said: “This is a matter for the police to investigate. Members of the City Council’s community safety team make regular visits to Gheluvelt Park and staff from our parks team are on site during working hours and at the weekends.”