We've had a reply from the Men of Bridlington group

The rainbow flag at Bridlington Police Station.
The rainbow flag at Bridlington Police Station.

The Men Of Bridlington group has responded to the Free Press' request for an interview with them and photograph of members.

We contacted them after receiving an email over the weekend, claiming they had cut down the rainbow flag which had been flying at Bridlington Police Station to support the LGBT community.

Our invitation to the Men Of Bridlington
An email signed by 'Piers Plowman', who says he was asked to reply by the group's leader John Ball, arrived from a different email address and was sent to the Free Press, other media outlets, the chief constable of Humberside Police and local councils yesterday evening.

The email says: "We will not be conducting interviews and we will not be photographed. We are willing to consider any questions you have, but you should post these on your website or in some other prominent place and we will then endeavour to respond.

"Do not bother replying to this email, as any further communications to this email account or the other one will not be read."

Read details of the original email
The email also gave the group's opinions on the reaction of the public and the police over the last couple of days.